Wildlife Photography Courses & Guides
Wildlife is a wondrous yet truly unpredictable subject to photograph.
One of the most rewarding photography niches, wildlife photography is highly specialized and requires training to fully master. That’s why photography expert, Packy, works closely with his students to equip you with the skills you need to capture wildlife in its raw and untouched beauty.
As an added bonus, Packy’s expertise as a guide and wildlife instructor will lead you to discover the magic of the great outdoors, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the joys of nature’s magnificence.
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Discover Packy’s three Ts
These essential values will enhance your learning journey and help you to achieve your most ambitious photography goals.
Tried and Tested
Packy has spent years in the field refining his craft, which means that his advice comes from a place of personal experience and is, therefore, consistently reliable. Whether you’re interested in improving your photographic skills, upgrading your camera equipment or sharpening your photos, Packy in-depth industry knowledge and wildlife expertise will guide you in the right direction.
Unlike other wildlife photography instructors who have jam-packed courses that don’t actually allow for time in the wild, Packy teaches his students the essence of taking great pictures by allowing plenty of valuable time to practice in nature. He believes that taking pictures in the field is an essential skill for wildlife photographers and that with hands-on practice it can even be dramatically improved within 30 minutes.
Packy’s wildlife photography solutions are made to inspire new photographers to kick-start their journeys while helping experts level up their skill set and achieve their goals. He specializes in mentoring wildlife photography experts in order to capture the next chapter of their photography story.
I Want To Photograph…
Whether you are photographing bears, moose, bison, wolves or even badgers, Packy’s breadth of experience will teach you everything you need to know about photography in the great outdoors.
EXPEDITIONS IN GRAND TETON & YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
We know you have tons of questions and we want to make sure you armed with the best up-to-date knowledge that you’ll need to become a better wildlife photographer.
Contact us, we love to talk about the park as much as you do.
Due to the intense nature of our wildlife photography tours, our cancellation policy is 90 days on all domestic and international wildlife photography tours.
Cancellations made before the cancellation policy goes into effect will receive a full refund. Cancellations made within 90 days of departure will not be refunded.
We highly recommend travel insurance to protect you from unforeseen travel interruptions that prevent you from wildlife photography tours.
Weather in the valley during the summer season can range from 61F to 81F (16C to 27C), and daily temperatures can fluctuate tremendously. In higher elevations mornings will be cool along with the evenings and can be hot in the afternoon. It is important to come prepared for a variety of conditions throughout the day as they can change quickly any-time.
Average highs and lows by summer months:
- May: Average High 64F-17C
- June: Average High 76F-24C
- July: Average High 81F-27C
- August: Average High 80F-26C
- September: Average High 73F-22C
- October: Average High 61F-16C
Please try to limit your baggage to include no more than 1 camera bag, 1 tripod, and one carry-on size bag for clothing, personal items and computer.
Wildlife Photography TIPS & TRICKS
I just finished writing my eBook “Wildlife Photography Tips & Tricks” it’s in production and will be available soon.
The first 50 will receive a free signed paperback.