2nd Annual Yellowstone Photography Symposium 2018

Officially Sponsored by Nikon, Canon, Tamron, Black Rapid, and West Yellowstone Economic Development Council

Cost $497.00

Duration: 5 Days

Location: West Yellowstone, Mt

More information coming soon for 2018!


Our goal presenting this symposium is to provide you with the opportunity to understand and photograph Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding Yellowstone Ecosystem with a level of understanding and insight few rarely achieve. You will listen, engage and learn from experts in the fields of geology, biology and herpetology of the Greater Yellowstone Basin. You will be busy, focused and engaged in those disciplines that will give you the opportunity to understand, practice and improve your nature photographic skills. This knowledge and skill will translate to facets of your photographic base which you can take forward in your local home environment while giving you a unique insight into one of the most magical geological and interesting natural systems in the world...Yellowstone National Park.


We have great news! All of our 2017 instructors will be returning to our 2018 Yellowstone Symposium.

Read more about the instructors here!

To be announced soon:

Canon Explorer of Light and Nikon Ambassador Keynote Speakers!

We will also have classes with

Canon Inc. Representatives

Nikon Inc. Representatives

Tamron Inc. Representatives

Tokina Inc. Representatives

Black Rapid Inc. Representatives

Nikon Keynote speakers to be announced soon.

2017 schedule below. 2018 schedule to be posted soon.

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Christopher Balmer

Reduce Editing Time by 90%

Advanced Metering

The Captivating World of Owls

The Art of Nature Photography

Seeing Like a Photographer and Creating Art

Macro Class


Kevin Odette

Landscape Photography


Marc Morris with Tamron

Science of Today's Optics


Caryn Esplin

Graphic Design for PhotographersTravel Photography: People - Culture - LandscapesCreative Lighting & CompositionFREE CLASS:  Instagram and Social Media tips


Duncan Foley

Field day observing and photographing in the geyser basins

Geology talk

Geysers, Mud Pots and Hot Springs

One trail and It's Many Photographic Stories

Charles Peterson

Photographing Amphibians and Reptiles

Conservation Photography



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