The North Dakota Badlands Photography Workshop in Theodore Roosevelt National Park
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Theodore Roosevelt National Park near Medora, ND is the best kept secret in the country for wildlife photography. Come join me for 3 days of photographing bison, wild horses and the rugged badlands landscape. This park is one of my favorite national parks because there is never a crowd! Some days you nearly have the place to yourself.
This workshop is a mix of wildlife and landscape photography, both are in abundant supply at T.R. National Park. The workshop is suited for beginners to serious amateurs and requires no outdoors experience, just a love of nature. This workshop does require at least a 300 mm or larger lens, which can be rented online and shipped. (I can even pick it up and drop it off for you.)
We will be staying in Historic Medora, the gateway to the National Park. From there we will be taking daily excursions into the park to explore and photograph all the park has to offer. Bison, wild horses, mule deer, elk, prairie dogs are some of the abundant wildlife we will see. Not to mention the geological wonders of the badlands landscape.
Each day we will spend some time looking over and discussing the photographs from the day back in Medora.
Price for 3 days/4 nights -$1475
-includes 4 nights lodging (double occupancy)
($280 for single occupancy upgrade)
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- Cameron's workshops are learning by doing -the best way to learn photography.
- With small groups there is close one on one individual interaction for all your questions.
- Small group sizes also ensures a peaceful wilderness experience for everyone.
- No advanced technical knowledge is required for workshops. Cameron's approach to photography is more about the creative process and does not focus on the technical details of cameras or on software gimmicks. This simple approach makes these workshops especially suited for beginners and amateurs.
- No special equipment is necessary for workshops. For workshops that include wildlife photography at least a 300mm lens recommended. (long lenses can be rented online and shipped to the workshop location) A tripod is recommended for the workshops, but not necessary.
- A deposit holds your space in the workshop and becomes non-refundable two months before the start of the workshop.
- The remainder of the balance is due one month before the start of the workshop.
- There is no refunds for cancellations made less than one month before the beginning of workshop.
- Most workshops require a minimum number or students or it will be cancelled. In the event of cancellation due to not filling the minimum, a full refund will be given including deposit. It is highly recommended to to wait to purchase airfare until the minimum number of students has been reached.
- All accommodations in workshops are based on double occupancy. Single occupancy may be available for an extra surcharge. (if the hotel still has rooms available)
- Workshops do not include ground transportation but carpooling arraignments are made so not everyone will need to drive between shooting locations.