2014 Night Photography Workshops
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2014 Night Phototgraphy Workshops

I teach my students everything I know about night photography, nothing is off limits. I will share everything I possibly can to make you a better night photographer.

My goal is to give you the tools to apply your vision to night photography, I want you to become better than I am.

I limit the workshops to 6 participants to ensure you get the level of attention you deserve. I also want a strong bond to be created in this small group, I want you to share ideas and help each other learn during and after the workshop.

I highly encourage you to do your homework when selecting a workshop leader, ask questions, talk to past workshop participants and make sure your workshop leader is insured and has all the proper permits.

Please read the Testimonials from previous participants if you have any hesitations!

This will be an in-depth, multi session workshop covering all aspects of night photography. Please visit the links below for more details.

Workshop Dates


Death Valley National Park - February 25-28, 2014


Arches National Park - April 26-29, 2014


Arches National Park - May 23-26, 2014


Arches National Park - June 1-4, 2014


Grand Teton National Park - June 21-24, 2014

1 Spot Available

Grand Teton National Park - June 26-29, 2014


Grand Teton National Park - July 19-22, 2014

3 Spots Available

Grand Teton National Park - July 25-28, 2014

3 Spots Available

Grand Teton National Park - August 21-24, 2014

2 Spots Available

Grand Teton National Park - August 28-31, 2014

3 Spots Available

Anyone can host a class to talk about photography skills, but only a few can actually teach. David does both very well. His extensive knowledge allowed him to handle just about any question I threw at him. I really appreciated being able to explore a little while we were on location instead of it being like a tour not deviating from the purpose.

The best part about David's class is that he is very patient and in no way arrogant. No matter how insignificant my question seemed to me he was always courteous and helpful in his responses. His scouting was top notch. Every stop was amazing.

One last thing that really stood out was that even after the class was done, days after, he still would help me with little items on processing. He could have simply ignored me, but he took his time to drop tidbits of info here and there. Very much appreciated.

I would definitely do another class to learn more.


When signing up for a workshop with an instructor that is unknown to you, it is difficult to imagine what you might find. I had seen David's work, and was impressed enough to take a chance on the man. BEST. DECISION, EVER. I learned more about astrophotography in the 3 days of this workshop than in the previous 3 years of trying to muddle through on my own. David covered every aspect from scouting and preparation, to shooting, to the all important post-production. Beyond that, he made all of us realize that we gained a lifetime resource. He holds absolutely nothing in reserve; if he knows it (and he does), he will share it. If you are interested in night photography, please, do yourself a favor, and take one of this man's workshops.


I came into David's workshop knowing quite a bit about night photography. I wanted to take a workshop with someone who didn't mind sharing everything they know. That's where David comes in.

I have learned so much from David. From the little tricks in the field, to post processing. David does a great job at balancing all skill levels, giving everyone individual attention.

Not only did I meet some great people but I feel like I've made some life long friends.


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