West Virginia University's Jackson Hole Photography Workshop is a 10-day intensive field course that explores the diverse and remote region of northwestern Wyoming, including Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Daily excursions exploring this stunning region are complemented by darkroom and digital work sessions, critiques of work in progress, gallery visits, and evening presentations. The program is limited in size to insure a close working relationship with the faculty and a significant amount of one-on-one attention.
No prior photographic experience is necessary.
Students are expected, but not required, to have their own laptop with Adobe Creative Suite software. Cameras and related equipment will be provided as needed.
Courses will take place in multiple locations througout the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, with a home base in Grand Teton National Park, WY.
The fee will cover 10 nights lodging in Grand Teton National Park, van rental/fuel costs, nearly all meals, all daily excursions/admission tickets, presentations and demos by professional artists working in the field, and some photography supplies.
**Airfare is not included.**