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Sedona Arizona/Lake Powell Photography Workshop


October 2022 FILLED  – Email to be on the wait list

October 2023  – Specific Dates TBA shortly

Sedona, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon & Lee’s Ferry

Milky Way Photography, Landscapes, and Wildlife

Your best photographs will be published in Photography Magazine Extra after the tour.

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Cathedral Rock and the Milky Way – Sedona Arizona – Photo April 30, 2017, by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit: U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest. Learn more about the Coconino National Forest and the International Dark Sky Association

Sedona, Arizona, Lake Powell, and Lee’s Ferry are some of the most majestic locations in the USA, if not the world. Enjoy an incredible journey and travel to where award-winning images were created. You will be guided by a renowned photographer who will teach you everything you need to know or just guide you to the locations if you are a more seasoned photographer. Explore the red rocks and  Oak Creek Canyon while creating dynamic images. Experience Horse Shoe Bend and the deep dark blue waters of Lake Powell. There is a little unknown place called Lee’s Ferry that has some spots you will not want to leave. We will go through Antelope Canyon, a very well known place that photographers love. There will be dark skies and night photography lessons each night the skies are clear enough, and there is usually about a 3% chance of rain, so our odds are great. You can’t go wrong on this 5-day tour through paradise. Sign up today—limit 6 photographers.

Sedona Arizona, Oak Creek Canyon, and Lee’s Ferry.  

Photography Workshop Tour Inclusive package includes; hotel accommodations (double occupancy), transportation from starting hotel to the ending hotel, park passes, and the Antelope Canyon entrance fee.   $2,449.00.  A single supplement is available.

Details to follow.

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