Grand Teton Photography Tour – Fall
with David C. Schultz as your guide
**Your tour dates and number of days will be customized to fit your schedule and interest.
Your Grand Teton Photography Tour will focus on the dramatic landscape of this National Park as well as the abundant wildlife found in and around the area. The fall colors and the increased wildlife activity will certainly provide you with many photography opportunities. During your photography adventure we may also have a chance to photograph horses at a local ranch.
Arrive at your hotel. The plan will be to meet for lunch and a have a briefing on what to expect during your tour. Afterwards you can settle in before we head out to shoot for late day light. Sunset is at approx. 7pm so we want to be ready to go by 4pm.
Sunrise is at 7:15 am so we want to be out the door early, perhaps 6am in order to reach our location, to be determined according to conditions. As the mid-day light is not typically great for landscapes we’ll take a break for a late breakfast/early lunch then meet up again for late afternoon and sunset shooting.
We’ll begin the day very early photographing the round-up of horses at a local ranch. Depending on conditions we may change this to an afternoon opportunity or perhaps do both.
Later in the day the plan is to head back into the Park looking for wildlife near Oxbow Bend where moose, river otters and a variety of birds are likely to be spotted. David has a few favorite locations for sunsets and as always we’ll make adjustments to the shooting schedule depending on what Mother Nature has planned.
You will start the day photographing from the mountain top on the east side of the Teton Valley at one of David’s favorite locations. We’ll always be on the look-out for wildlife photo opportunities in the area as this is a good location for spotting bison, elk and antelope.
Mormon Row, including the much photographed barns, are found in the Valley so if it looks like the light is in our favor we’ll stop and explore. We’ll again meet up for sunset shooting.
This day will be adjusted depending on what we’ve accomplished so far and according to travel plans of the participants. One option will be for a short off trail hike to another of David’s favorite landscape spots, seldom visited by others. We’ll finish up the tour around noon.
Just the nature of nature photography means we often will play things by ear taking advantage of what comes our way. This will be the case during the entire photo tour.
Should you need to cancel your Grand Teton Photography Tour then the following terms apply. Cancellation request MUST be in writing. Thank you. Please read the Cancellation Policy
- 90 days or prior : 100% of deposit minus processing fee
- 89 to 61 days prior 50% of trip fee
- 60 or fewer days: 100% of trip fee