If you're like me, when you're on vacation, you want to see and do as much as you can in the shortest time possible. And when I travel, I spend hours researching where to go, what to shoot, best time of day, etc. Often, I think, "Wouldn't it be great if a LOCAL photographer could show me around? Guide me? " After all, minimizing the time away from family to "do my thing" is important. Private photography tours are just that. Me - taking you - to the places you want to go in the Park City / Wasatch Back / Heber Valley area.
*Receive personalized feedback from a professional photographer, including 1:1 feedback, in the field, on how to improve your skills and capture that image!
*Great value: Less than a hired car service! If you had to hire an Uber or Lyft driver for four hours, you'd be spending much more and not know where to go!
*Pick up new techniques! From "How did you do that?" inside the camera techniques to advance your skill set.
*Move to manual mode - and have more control of imagery creation.
One person: $85 per hour
Due to the nature of a photo expedition/tour, a two hour minimum is required.
*Half day tours are $320 and are approximately four hours in length. It is recommended that all tours out of Park City be 1/2 day due to time to arrival to location, time on task photographing, and driving to additional locations.
*Each additional person: $50 per two hour; $100 per half day
*Limit three people.
*Note: I will not drive you to the airport.
Park City solo (2 hours)
Park City + Heber Valley and/or Midway (1/2 day)
Woodland + Peoa + Francis (1/2 day)
Wasatch Mountains + Mirror Lake Highway + Provo River Falls (seasonal) (1/2 day + )
*Pickup and drop off at a local (Park City) hotel or rental property.
*Transportation to various locations to capture your images.
*1:1 in field feedback
*Personalized instruction on how to improve your skills and learn more about photography via ISO and light, bookeh and F-Stop aka Aperture; camera settings - what is A? M? and can you shoot out of "P"? Stopping motion to motion blur.
Please let us know what it is you'd like to learn!
1. What is it that YOU want to photograph? (Barns, landscape, work on technique,,,)
2. How much time do you have to dedicate to shooting? (Two hours, four hours)
3. What level of photographer are you?
4. What is it that you feel you'd like to improve upon?
5. What gear are you bringing? (Camera and lenses)
6. Summer: Are you able to do easy hikes into areas? What about climbs? (Can we hike in to an area or do you need to be on flat ground?)
Special entrance fees into fee related areas (state and national parks).
Food, snacks, and beverages.
Tax and tip
If you have a National or States Park Pass, please bring it to save on the day fee.
I will send you an "expedition contract" . Here, your chosen "tour" will be stated, the approximate timing, and legal information to hold us harmless. The nature of an expedition, walking through brush, being out in inclement weather, etc., calls for this.