Limited Spots Remain: Join us for the Cody Yellowstone Wild Winter Photography Workshop. Learn More.
Explore the Wild West through a new perspective with a photography workshop led by renowned professional photographers Scott Kranz and National Geographic contributor Stephen Matera. Over the course of the three-day workshop in Cody, Wyoming, work closely with two outdoor photographers as you create images of the one-of-a-kind winter experience. The fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down, with potential astrophotography opportunities under the uninterrupted night sky.
Date: February 24 – 28, 2023
You may cancel and be refunded your workshop tuition (minus transaction fees) up to 30 days prior to the start of the workshop you registered for. If you cancel within 30 days of the start of the workshop, you will be refunded your workshop tuition (minus transaction fees) only if your spot can be filled by another individual.
There are only 8 spots available in this workshop, giving you plenty of opportunities to ask Scott and Stephen questions as you hone your camera skills in an unforgettable setting. Leading up to the workshop, meet with your instructors virtually to discuss your previous experience as well as what you hope to gain from this workshop. Additionally, you will be sent a welcome kit, itinerary, and full packing list so you’re completely prepared for this special workshop.
Each day of this workshop features shooting at sunrise and sunset, with moderate to strenuous day hiking (up to 10 miles each day). Participants should be physically fit for hiking with loaded packs over challenging terrain over consecutive days.
Scott Kranz is a Minnesota-bred, Seattle-based photographer, filmmaker, and educator, specializing in outdoor adventure and natural landscape visuals. Follow his journey and work at @scott_kranz.
Stephen Matera is a Seattle-based professional landscape and outdoor lifestyle photographer. The National Geographic contributor creates images for the world’s leading publishers and outdoor equipment brands.