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REDFISH LAKE - IDAHO

Redfish Lake - IDAHO / Workshop

Experience the dark skies reserve of Central Idaho, capturing the depth of the Milky Way through astrophotography at night. During the day, the Sawtooth range provides a multitude of possibilities for memorable landscapes. Redfish Lake and Stanley, Idaho provide the setting for this photographic journey.



Enter into a vast playground where mornings refresh and welcome you with a crisp autumn breath of mountain air. Rising from the valley floor, the Sawtooth range scrapes the sky with its craggy, jagged peaks. Here you will rediscover the artist, the poet, and perhaps the adventurer within you that finds oneself beckoned to grasp the indescribable majestic presence of a land full of memory.





Immerse yourself into the landscapes of the Sawtooth range in Central Idaho. Here, you'll find an adventure worth the journey!



Exploring the surrounding landscapes held together by mountain, rivers and lakes – you’ll come to see why we never tire of returning to Redfish Lake, Stanley, Idaho, the Sawtooth range and the Salmon River that winds through these canyon walls.

Meander down a creek side stream, swollen with brisk mountain water, capturing moment after moment of a beauty that reminds us to slow down and treasure what is right before our eyes. Stop in for breakfast at one of the best bakeries you’ll ever enjoy. Gather around the table with others who cherish capturing moments in time, learning from one another as well as our dedicated instructors. This photo tour is filled with beautiful mountain vistas, capturing the Sawtooths, Stanley Lake, Redfish Lake and Little Redfish.


Join us this Fall as we transport you through the very best landscape, macro and astro photographic opportunities in the Northwest at Redfish Lake Lodge, Redfish, Idaho on a photo tour you will never forget.



Dates


September 14 - 18, 2021 - 8 SPOTS AVAILABLE.

Tuesday thru Saturday

$1,795 per person

$500 Deposit

Balance Due June 25, 2021

Deposits and Balances please pay in cash or check.

CC will incur a 3.5% merchant processing fee.

September 18 - 22, 2021 - 5 SPOTS AVAILABLE. Saturday thru Wednesday

$1,795 per person

$500 Depositt

Balance Due June 25, 2021

Deposits and Balances please pay in cash or check.

CC will incur a 3.5% merchant processing fee.

September 14 - 18, 2020 - SOLD OUT $1,795 per person

$500 Depositt

Balance Due June 25, 2020

September 18 - 22, 2020 - SOLD OUT

$1,795 per person

$500 Depositt

Balance Due June 25, 2020

September 23 - 27, 2019 - SOLD OUT

$1,795 per person

$500 Depositt

Balance Due June 25, 2019


Details



Skill Level

Beginner to Pro

Great Trip for Non-Photographers


Your Photographer / Guides

Christopher Balmer

Harold Klein

Kevin Odette


What's Included


  • Lodging throughout the workshops as outlined above. If you arrive early you may be able to stay earlier or later but your package only includes the nights for the workshop.

  • Ground transportation

  • 4 nights lodging in Private Cabin rooms

  • Private transportation each day

  • Daily classes and hands on instruction

  • 2 or more instructors at all times

  • Bottled water each day


What's Not Included


  • Flights or transportation to Redfish Lake Lodge.

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • Excessive baggage fees

  • Airline Fees / Insurance / Passports / Personal Expenses

  • Any additional tours, activities, etc. not expressly mentioned in the workshop.

  • Any additional nights accommodations that take place beyond the time frame of the workshop dates

  • Laundry (there is an on-site facility)

  • Any emergency services, if necessary.

  • Meals, drinks, and snacks.


What Should I Wear?


  • Layers

  • Rain Jacket

  • Ranger or canvas pants

  • Fingerless gloves

  • High rubber boots

  • Waders

  • Hiking shoes


Suggested Photo Gear


  • Macro lens

  • Wide angle lens

  • 28-300 (or any mid-range lens)

  • Wildlife lens

  • Moose Filter or Polarizer for widest lens

  • Flash

  • Gary Fong

  • Cleaning cloths

  • Plenty of memory cards

  • Tripod

  • Blackrapid Strap

  • Spritzing water bottle (for macro work)

Suggested Non-Photography Gear


  • Card reader

  • Laptop