Mammoth, CA

Welcome to Mammoth Lakes, California. Magnificent in scale and showing no shortage of natural beauty, this hidden gem has all the charm you come to expect California to offer. Learn Landscape Photography in some of the most interesting and dramatic settings in Northern California. With lots of options and diversity on this workshop, we will explore the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forrest with twisted trunks, these are some of the oldest trees in the entire world living at elevations of 4000-11,000 feet. We will also visit Mono Lake, an iconic landscape area in the Western USA. With sunrise as our backdrop and surreal Tufa Formations in the frame, we will capture some truly epic photographs from this location. These are just a couple of highlights we have planned. Please Contact Us with any questions or concerns.

2017 Trip Length: 5 Days

September 7 – 11, 2017 Itinerary Outlines (includes arrival & departure dates):

September 7th – Group Arrival Day & Complimentary Welcome Dinner (YAY!)
September 8th – 9th Exploring and Photographing Joshua Tree National Park
September 10th – Complimentary Group Breakfast, Lightroom and Photoshop Training, and Printing workshop begins
September 11th – Trip Summary, Q&A, Group Departure Day for anyone leaving us (BOO!)

Location: Mammoth, CA

Mono Lake, Convict Lake, Ancient Bristle Cone Pine Forrest, Twin Lakes, Lake Goerge, June Lake, Horseshoe Lake, Minaret Range View Point and so much more! This time of year is fabulous. Right after Labor Day the crowds are down and the weather is cooling. This is a perfect opportunity to travel!

Group Size

Small group experience (max 8)

Accommodation: Included

We have secured a space exclusively for our group to gather. Here we will enjoy a lovely Welcome Dinner. We will also enjoy this space to learn in a classroom style environment during our time indoors. Whether we are enjoying a glass of wine and good food or breaking out our computers for some Lightroom and Photoshop training, this space will be the perfect place to relax when we are not out capturing great images of Mammoth and the Eastern Sierra’s.

Hotel accommodations have been reserved for all students at the Mammoth Mountain InnRooms are double occupancy, single supplement rooms are available for an additional cost (inquire for more details).

Transportation: Included

Car’s or SUV’s during the Field Trip. Transportation to the residence we are renting, not included. For more specific details please contact us.

Welcome Dinner: Included

A Welcome Dinner on arrival day and Breakfast on Post Processing day will be provided during the trip. For all other meals we will be close to home base, we can always return there for lunch or a break. Participants should bring their own food/snacks while we are in the field. We will provide water for the group.

Post Processing: Included

Lightroom and Photoshop mentoring scheduled during the Field Trip.

Physical Rating: Average

High Altitudes are the biggest problem with getting around — you don’t realize how high this area is until you start moving around. Most hikes are moderate and flat. Easy access to walk ways and paths. Please be sure to have comfortable walking or hiking shoes.

5 Spots Available

A single $500 USD deposit required to reserve your spot for this trip

Trip Price: $1,775 USD

Please see our Payment and Refund Policy for more detailed information.

Cancellation Policy

Your deposit is a firm commitment, and will be subject to a cancellation fee, which is why we recommend Trip Insurance. Please refer to the Payments and Refunds Policy section to read the full details of our policies.

Disclaimer

While these descriptions represent the field trip’s planned itinerary, we reserve the right to revise it without notice as we see fit. Details on this page are also subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to cancel the trip if the minimum number of participants is not met. Participants are expected to be in fair health and be capable of spending the days walking around the various areas while carrying their own equipment.