Landscape & Night Photography Workshops

Strawberry moon

Summer solstice full moon at sunrise, June 2016.

From Yosemite through the Eastern Sierra to Death Valley, get a higher level of local knowledge and service by taking your photography workshop from a local photographer.  I’ve been exploring the area for over 40 years, employed in digital imaging since the early 1980s, and pursuing landscape photography with unique astronomical elements since 2006.

My 2017 photography workshops are described in more detail at the following links:

Death Valley Photography Workshops

Perseid Meteor Shower 2015

I’m always visiting new spots in 3.4 million acre Death Valley National Park. I identified 40+ locations in my guidebook, but I’m looking at ways to get more of the 200+ that I’ve photographed out in a more detailed guide.  Come see why Death Valley has been named a “Dark Sky Park” by the International Dark Sky Association!

Yosemite Photography Workshops

Yosemite Falls Moonbow Star Trails

I like to show customers the amazing seasonal events in Yosemite Valley, as well as some of my favorite compositions in the High Sierra, along Yosemite’s Tioga Pass Road.

Bodie Photography Workshops

Bodie's Standard Mill

It’s quite a treat to be able to visit Bodie State Historic Park outside of normal visiting hours but capturing the Milky Way over Bodie’s historic buildings and mining artifacts in the dark skies of the Eastern Sierra is an amazing experience that I can’t get enough of.

Eastern Sierra Photography Workshops

Mono Lake Tufa Panorama


Canon astrophotography

Learn night photography with an award-winning astrophotographer (July 2016 image).

Also check out my 320-page guidebook Photographing California Vol. 2 – South, describing the best “Natural Landmarks of the Golden State” from Yosemite to San Diego, including four chapters directing photographers to sites in the Eastern Sierra!

Photographing California Vol. 2 - South, by Jeff Sullivan

A guide to the natural landmarks of the Golden State.

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