Looking Ahead to the Adventure Photography Workshop in Jackson, Wyoming

Filed in Americas/U.S., Events, Pro Photographers by on August 14, 2012

Editor’s note: Our colleague and design director Rick is looking forward to attending his next adventure with the Summit Series of Photography Workshops. He’ll head to Jackson, Wyoming September 22 to join other wilderness shooters for an active week of photographing climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and more. He’ll share highlights of his trip this fall.
© Summit Series of Photography WorkshopsA couple months ago I wrote about my terrific experience at the Summit Series Aurora Multimedia Workshop in Boulder, Colorado. I wanted to let you know about the Adventure Photography Workshop on the Summit Series schedule this September in Jackson, Wyoming. I’ll be attending along with Kendra our outdoor designer. We’re both looking forward to it.

They have an awesome group of instructors scheduled, including editors from The North Face and National Geographic Adventure, as well as photographers Corey Rich, Lucas Gilman and Sadie Quarrier – to name just a few.

Jackson will be a spectacular photography location at the end of September. The schedule includes plenty of time for shooting with guidance and techniques from the pros, as well as learning from the editors about the keys to success. Other topics such as career development, workflow and general insights into the business will round out the week.

If you’re looking to expand your photography in the world of outdoor adventure, this promises to be a full week of experience. Check out their site for more details and to sign up. The workshop takes place September 22 through 27.

Kendra and I will share insights we learned from the workshop and include imagery from this amazing part of the West when we get back. Stay tuned!

– Rick

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