Nature Photography Courses

Nature Photography Courses

Photography at the Summit The Nature and Wildlife Workshop, also called Photography at the Summit, is the longest-running workshop in the Summit Series. It brings together a faculty of top international photographers and editors — many from National Geographic — and combines it with the beautiful setting of the Grand Tetons. Our faculty offers a wide-variety of photography knowledge, so a student may go shoot in the morning with an expert nature photographer, review their work in the afternoon with a professional editor, then go over their editing process with a tech expert.   This workshop provides participants the opportunity to learn from, photograph alongside, and network with the very individuals who are uniquely positioned to help them with their career development. While many nature workshops provide you with an opportunity to shoot outstanding nature photos, we take it one step further by truly offering you a chance to both expand your portfolio and to expand your network. Included in the instructional sessions will be lectures on conservation photography, freelance photography, and marketing and software/technology. The workshop classroom is located at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The workshop hotel is the Alpine House, call and mention the Summit Nature Workshop for the discounted group rate. What you’ll learn: Composition and Nature Photography Techniques. Photographing Jackson, WY and the Grand Tetons. Conservation in Photography and Photojournalism. Social Media and Marketing Techniques. Building and Organizing your Portfolio. Freelance and the Business of Nature Photography.

Nature Photography Courses

Related Courses The New York Institute of Photography offers ten great online photography courses that allow students to learn photography anytime, anywhere, at your own pace. Whether you want to pursue your passion or start a new career, we have the photography course for you.

Nature Photography Courses

essential tools and techniques for nature photography. Beautiful landscapes are all around us – they are a joy to experience, but a challenge to capture in a single photo. In Nature and Landscape Photography, you’ll learn the essential tools and techniques for taking photographs that reflect the splendor of landscapes and the captivating details of nature.

Nature Photography Courses

In this class, award-winning photographer John Greengo will use illustrations, animations, and photographs of destinations from around the world to teach you the thought process behind great nature photography. You’ll learn which gear is suited to the environment you want to shoot and how to plan for ideal light and composition. John will help you master exposure and focus so you get a better shot in camera and improve your edits by taking you through hands-on photo critiques.

Nature Photography Courses

From complicated cameras to challenging environments, several obstacles stand in the way of you taking a photograph that reflects the landscape as you see it. This class will help you take nature and landscape photographs that reflect your unique perspective.This course is part of the landscape tutorials series. 

Nature Photography Courses

The New York Institute of Photography offers ten great online photography courses that allow students to learn photography anytime, anywhere, at your own pace. Whether you want to pursue your passion or start a new career, we have the photography course for you.

Nature Photography Courses

Beautiful landscapes are all around us – they are a joy to experience, but a challenge to capture in a single photo. In Nature and Landscape Photography, you’ll learn the essential tools and techniques for taking photographs that reflect the splendor of landscapes and the captivating details of nature.

Nature Photography Courses

In this class, award-winning photographer John Greengo will use illustrations, animations, and photographs of destinations from around the world to teach you the thought process behind great nature photography. You’ll learn which gear is suited to the environment you want to shoot and how to plan for ideal light and composition. John will help you master exposure and focus so you get a better shot in camera and improve your edits by taking you through hands-on photo critiques.

From complicated cameras to challenging environments, several obstacles stand in the way of you taking a photograph that reflects the landscape as you see it. This class will help you take nature and landscape photographs that reflect your unique perspective.This course is part of the landscape tutorials series. 

Bill Allard Workshop Faculty One of the National Geographic’s most prolific and talented photographers, Bill Allard’s artistry has resulted in some of the Geographic’s most memorable stories and individual pictures from the American West to the streets of Paris, France. Full of vigor, Allard’s critiques are classics and his no-mince-words approach embraces insightful and useful advice. MaryAnne GolonWorkshop FacultyDirector of photography for the Washington Post, where she leads visuals for one of the nation’s most celebrated newspapers, Golon was formerly the director of photography at Time magazine, where in recent years, great photojournalism is a prized part of the editorial content of a magazine that began as a text-driven journal. Golon is an enthusiastic and discriminating lover of great photographs and as a Summit Workshop veteran, is one of the most popular faculty members. Wes PittsWorkshop FacultyWes Pitts is the editor of Outdoor Photographer magazine and the editorial director for Madavor Media’s Creative Division, which also publishes Digital Photo and Digital Photo Pro magazines. Wes has been with OP and its sister publications since 1998, working in a variety of editorial roles. He has a passion for collaborating with photographers and writers to share compelling stories about the art of photography and employing the medium to create awareness and inspire conservation of wild places. Wes is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz, with a degree in photography.

Allen MurabayashiWorkshop FacultyAllen Murabayashi is the Chairman and Co-founder of PhotoShelter, the worldwide leader in photography portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers. Allen previously served as a founding employee and Senior Vice President of Engineering at HotJobs.com. Ron TaniwakiWorkshop FacultyWith over 30 years in professional photography, Ron Taniwaki currently serves as a Nikon Professional Markets Technical Representative providing training to News, Magazine, Sports, Adventure, and Wildlife photographers on how to utilize the features of their equipment. Ron teaches forensic photography and photographs aerospace photography, like rocket launches. If there is something Ron doesn’t know about camera technologies, settings and techniques, than no one knows. Ron likes to joke that he has a job because people won’t read the manual.

Instructor: Kathleen Clemons Kathleen Clemons is a New England based photographer, living on the beautiful coast of Maine. Primarily a nature photographer, Kathleen is known for her creative use of natural light and unique, stunning compositions. Her work is represented by FogStock, ChromaZone Images, The Jaynes Gallery, Corbis and Getty Images. She was named a “Lensbaby Guru” by the makers of Lensbaby lenses. With a background in education, and a passion for both photography and teaching, she loves to teach others how to improve their photography skills. Kathleen’s photos may be viewed at www.kathleenclemonsphotography.com. What students are saying about Kathleen Clemons and her courses?

learn outdoor and scenic composition techniques from a master. Join acclaimed nature photographer and instructor Art Wolfe for a day of instruction and inspiration.

Drawing from four decades of work on every continent and over 80 books, Art will share how he finds inspiration and integrates his past experiences with his present day work. During this special one day course, you’ll learn outdoor and scenic composition tips for nature photography from a master. Art will also share highlights and lessons from his award-winning television series “Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge.” The course will wrap up with a critique of images submitted by our viewers.

If you have a passion for the great outdoors and want to capture that sense of wonder in camera, join us for this very special day of learning and inspiration with a true nature photography legend.

Join acclaimed nature photographer and instructor Art Wolfe for a day of instruction and inspiration.

Drawing from four decades of work on every continent and over 80 books, Art will share how he finds inspiration and integrates his past experiences with his present day work. During this special one day course, you’ll learn outdoor and scenic composition tips for nature photography from a master. Art will also share highlights and lessons from his award-winning television series “Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge.” The course will wrap up with a critique of images submitted by our viewers.
Nature Photography Courses

If you have a passion for the great outdoors and want to capture that sense of wonder in camera, join us for this very special day of learning and inspiration with a true nature photography legend.

Learn Wildlife Photography! We have produced a range of training resources for nature photographers of all levels. If you are looking to advance your photography then let me guide you through selecting equipment to suit your budget, mastering your camera settings, wildlife photography techniques, post-processing and more. If you’re an advanced photographer, learn how to use the latest cutting-edge technologies or check out our business and marketing training platform. Start Here