Average level of fitness required
Being one of only 20 supervolcanoes on the planet, Yellowstone offers a unique combination of landscape and wildlife opportunities for photographers of all levels.
We start our trip with a couple of days in Grand Tetons National Park before venturing north into Yellowstone. Both parks provide more than enough subject matter to keep any photographer happy.
“I’ve been on some amazing trips in my life, but this was right up there with the best of them. You really know how to make the most of the time and got us into the perfect locations at the perfect time.”Mike
For wildlife lovers there are bears, beaver, moose, bison, wolves and kayote to name but a few. Landscapers will be kept busy shooting the numerous erupting geysers, Lower Yellowstone Falls, the Mormon houses with Tetons backdrop, or the reflection at Oxbow Bend.
Meet your hosts…
Marcus and James have been working together for over 20 years, and have travelled all over the world on photo trips and assignments.
“Being here is like dejavu… I went out looking for beaver and came back with nothing but an old moose!” Dan
“What an amazing experience to watch all the geysers erupting. I was often so awestruck when they did, that I forgot to take photos!” – Eley
“Watching that scene of the sun backlighting the steam from the pools is certainly something I won’t be forgetting in a hurry.”