MONTANA - uSA
7 DAY GUIDED PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR
( Limited To 8 Places Per Tour )
An ALL INCLUSIVE 7 day Boutique Guided Landscape & Wildlife Photography Tour of the magnificent state of Montana USA.
The Tour Will Include -
6 nights quality accommodation (single supplement) , all meals and drinks, comfortable modern transport, professional landscape and wildlife photography tuition and guiding from two experienced pro photographers, 6 x sunrise shoots, 6 x sunset shoots. Your own copy of my photoshop editing instructional video. Starting and finishing in Kalispell Montana.
We'll Cover -
Learning, using and understanding your camera and equipment to its maximum potential, learning and understanding composition, learning and using tripods, remote camera control, ND filters and Circular polarisers. Photoshop tuition including the use of Adobe Camera RAW, layers and masking, and Plug-in software.
Airport For Arrival & Departures -
Glacier Park International Airport - Kalispell Montana
2019 Tour Date -
16th - 22nd September (5 places left)
(Limited to 8 places per tour)
Total Investment -
$5’750.00 AUD P/Person
Booking Deposit Required - $1,000.00 AUD
We’ll be working with Nick Fucci, a Montana local as our guide. Nick is a full time professional wildlife photographer with many years experience in both photography & guiding, he leads regular wildlife photography safaris in Montana, Alaska, Africa and Costa Rica. Nick has worked on a project for Animal Planet and is a member of NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association). Nick’s work has been published in numerous high profile books, magazines and other publications throughout the world. Having Nick’s invaluable local knowledge and photography expertise really is the x-factor for this tour, not to mention having two professional photographers as tour guides for experienced expert advice, mentoring and tuition.
I always keep groups small and personable, with a real emphasis on "Old Fashioned Customer Service" so that you can get plenty of one on one time with me and maximise your learning opportunities and get the most out of the experience, we won't leave a location until everyone is happy with the content they've captured.
" I really like to take the time to have 1 on 1 time with each client and ensure you learn exactly what you wanted from the experience as each person wants to achieve something different from the tour, we don't rush locations and we won't leave a location until all clients are satisfied with their photos, it's very important to me that the clients maximise their learning opportunities and really enjoy all aspects of the tour . "
About Montana USA -
Montana is a rare place, where a person can slow down and enjoy the grandeur of nature and the old fashioned American West. With just one million residents spread out over more than 38-million hectares, it is one of America’s greatest unspoiled treasures of scenic lands and wildlife. And a mix of modern and traditional cultures make it the ideal place to experience the history of the frontier and authentic small-town American life.
Often called the “Crown of the Continent”, northwest Montana’s Glacier National Park is one of the most intact ecosystems anywhere in the earth’s temperate zone. More than 1,100 km of hiking trails and one spectacular drive across the continental divide on the 80-km Going-to-the-Sun Road offer glimpses of grizzly and black bears, moose, coyotes, bighorn sheep, elk, mountain lions and plenty of other wildlife.
But uncommon natural beauty is not confined to national parks. It stretches across the state, rewarding visitors who venture off the beaten path with 24 mountain ranges, millions of hectares of public lands and wilderness preserves, alpine lakes, wide open plains, natural hot springs and famous fly-fishing streams. Montana is a place where you can enjoy the magnificence of the natural environment by day and relax in the hospitality of charming small towns by night.
Along the highways that cross the mountains and plains are tiny western towns that have changed so little over the years that arriving for a festival can feel like stepping back in time. But whether visiting a town of 400 or a city of 40,000 (large for Montana!), one thing visitors are sure to find is truly friendly people who are willing to share their version of the good life through food, hospitality and the outdoors.
Montana’s mining history and cowboy culture come alive every day. And the seven Indian Nations and many Native American communities across the state work to preserve a history much older than the United States
Montana is natural wonders, charming small towns, friendly people and life at a slower pace—a land full of experiences that truly can’t be found anywhere else.
An average fitness level is required and the tour is suited to photography skill levels from beginner to advanced.
Not included in this tour -
Please note: It is recommended that you arrange your own travel insurance.