2019 Photography Workshops in Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico

2019 Calendar of Photography Workshops

Let us be your photo guides to the Southwest USA. Our specialty is teaching you how to create beautiful photos in the special places we share.  Utah Canyonlands in the Spring, Monument Valley Photography Adventure, Grand Canyon: Grand Imagery, Colorado Waterfalls in early summer, prime Colorado Wildflower season in mid-summer, Glorious Aspens and Golden Cottonwoods of Utah and Colorado in the fall, and the amazing Canyons of Capitol Reef and Zion National Park in late October.  Two new workshops in 2019, Grand Canyon, Grand Imagery and Ghost Ranch, O’Keeffe Country.  We share some of the best locations throughout the Southwest.  We teach you the right place and right time to press the shutter.

As a student of Kit Frost’s 2014 Monument Valley Workshop, I was very impressed with the entire experience. Having been an amateur photographer for over 40 years, I had never attended a photography workshop and had yet to explore the Utah Southwest. Kit was an extremely capable teacher / mentor and has a unique way of connecting with individual students to help instill their own unique way of seeing the world and capturing their vision within their own photographs. 

Aside from her technical knowledge and her ability to capture amazing images, Kit was able to help me “feel” the geography and connect with the natural world in which we were situated. Her personable style and excellent communication skills then helped me to capture imagery that was forming in my mind. 

Wildflowers:  In The Mountains of Colorado
July 2019

Wildflower Photography in the Mountains of Colorado, July and August 2019

Our epic snowfall in the Mountains of Colorado has me drooling for this summer’s wildflower season.  We will explore and photograph at some of the most prolific locations for Colorado Columbine, Paintbrush, Marsh Marigold, Brook Cress and other high altitude flowers.  Chase the Light Photography will escort you to our favorite locations outside of Silverton, Durango and Mancos, Colorado.

Bring your digital camera gear, your assortment of lenses, a point and shoot or your iPhone for sketching and composition lessons.  Bring your tripod, it’s essential that we see what you are composing in the field so we can work with you to improve your wildflower images.  Bring your enthusiasm and dress in layers.

An awesome display of White and Blue Colorado Columbine. The white columbine is a rare sight in the mountains of Colorado. ©Kit Frost

An awesome display of White and Blue Colorado Columbine. The white columbine is a rare sight in the mountains of Colorado. ©Kit Frost

Columbine grows in large bunches in high altitude basins. We share this and many more locations during our Wildflowers Photography Workshop. © Kit Frost

Columbine grows in large bunches in high altitude basins. We share this and many more locations during our Wildflowers Photography Workshop. © Kit Frost

 

Chase the Light Wildflower Workshops
2019 Dates include: July 6-7 and July 15-16
8am till 8pm
Day 2 morning review in the studio, followed by more field instruction
Locations to be determined to show you the best, most prolific wildflowers 
Tuition for each two day workshop, $360. per person, per day, reduced rate for registering for all four dates in 2019
Lunch will be provided, and light beverages.

Aspens and Autumn Color • Photography Workshop • 2019

Photographers come from all over the world travel to Colorado to be here at just the right time as our fall color peak is like no other. We’ll take you to some of the state’s most well known, and some of our “secret” lesser known locations to photograph the splendor of Autumn in Colorado.

The large fir on the right in this frame fell to the ground recently. ©Kit Frost

We love this location on the Alpine Loop from Durango to Silverton.  Fall Color, Cloud Shadows and perfect exposure (IMHO. The large fir on the right in this frame fell to the ground recently. ©Kit Frost

Grand Canyon, Grand Photography, Spring, 2019

Kit Frost will demonstrate to you how to choose use your wide angle and telephoto lenses and to be comfortable with the operations of YOUR camera and lenses. Fly into Phoenix or Flagstaff, AZ to get your Arizona Adventure started. Email us for updated information and to register.  Click here for 2019 Itinerary and information. Gift Certificates and Payment plans available.

Grandview Point

The Grand Canyon is spectacular with some clouds rolling through. Standing on the South Rim looking down canyon is a not to be missed adventure. Let us show you our special locations at the Grand. ©Kit Frost

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Get ready to be up for sunrise, and the quiet and spectacular light that paints the canyon below. Here: Yaki Point view of the South Kaibab Trail. ©Kit Frost

Ghost Ranch Autumn Photography Workshop, Fall 2019

Join us as we explore Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico.  Photography at Ghost Ranch includes the magical light of Northern New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe’s stomping (and painting) grounds.  We will be right in the middle of the Buttes, Mesas and Spires of Box Canyon, Chimney Rock, Kitchen Mesa and Orphan Mesa.  Our workshop includes photography at Abiquiu Lake and the Chama River.

Pedernal dominates the background while cottonwoods reflect in a pond. ©Kit Frost

Pedernal dominates the background while cottonwoods reflect in a pond. ©Kit Frost

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Juicy Cottonwood in Bloom along the Box Canyon Trail. ©Kit Frost

Juicy Cottonwood in Bloom along the Box Canyon Trail. ©Kit Frost

All Photography Lessons include:

  • Expert instruction on YOUR camera
  • Best lens selection for your subjects
  • Composition for grand and intimate landscape
  • Shutter speed choices for photographing rivers and streams
  • Aperture selections for depth of field
  • How to use the “big three” – f-stop, shutter speed and ISO
  • Videography instruction (optional)
  • Private lessons available too.
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