October 7-9, 2016
Join D. Robert Franz, Richard Day, and Sean Fitzgerald on an
up-close-and-personal glimpse of Yellowstone National Park. With over 2,219,789
acres of sprawling wilderness to explore, Yellowstone stands as one of North
America’s great assets. The park’s vast network of trails provide access to
legendary wildlife including grizzly and black bears, gray wolves, buffalo, elk,
pronghorn antelope, trumpeter swans eagles and much more. Participants will
experience majestic views of the Grand Canyon from Artist Point, the eruption of
Old Faithful from the Upper Geyser Basin area and dramatic landscapes at the
This tour is designed for amateurs and professionals who are interested in improving their photography skills and receiving valuable coaching. Participants will be divided into two groups to ensure top shooting locations in the area. This tour is limited to 28 participants to give time with each instructor and to retain flexibility based on weather and the best opportunities. Focus areas of photography include: Landscape, Wildflowers, Birds & Wildlife, Travel, Macro & Infrared.
Just the Facts –
Date: October 7 – 9 (Check-in October 6 @ 6:00 p.m.)
Cost: $395 NANPA member, $595 non-members (Sunday Brunch included)
Location: Yellowstone National Park (Yellowstone), MT
Last date to register: September 30, 2016
Maximum number attendees: 28
Daybreak Imagery offers programs and workshops for conferences, festivals, and events on a variety of topics including:
A Celebration of Wings - features our award-winning photographs to celebrate the beauty, splendor and natural history of birds, butterflies, and dragonflies. The finale is accompanied by music.
Creating Habitats for Backyard Wildlife - Nearly every yard can attract some form of wildlife if you follow a few basic guidelines. We'll show you how to assess your yard, learn what's possible to attract in your space, and what improvements you can do to make it irresistible to birds, butterflies, or other backyard critters.
How to Create a Bird & Butterfly Garden - this presentation shows how to get started in landscaping your yard for birds and butterflies.
How to Create a Bird Garden - shows you how to get started in landscaping your yard for birds. Includes hummingbird gardening, choosing plants for seed-eating birds such as goldfinches and cardinals, selecting the best trees and bushes for food and shelter suitable for your area, and including water in the landscape.
How to Create a Butterfly Garden - everything you need to know to start and maintain a successful butterfly garden. This program includes basic garden design, what to plant for host and nectar plants, and recommended plants that butterflies can't resist.
How to Create a Hummingbird Garden - everything you need to know to start and maintain a successful hummingbird garden. This program includes basic garden design, what to include (or not!) in a hummingbird garden, and recommended plants that the hummers can't resist. Lots of examples using Daybreak Imagery's beautiful photographs.
The Polar Bears of Churchill - takes you on a photo excursion to the tundra along Hudson Bay as you learn the natural history of North America's largest, most fascinating mammals.
We also offer photography programs and workshops:
Please contact us for information on these programs for your club, organization, or conference.
For those wanting personalized one-on-one photography or backyard habitat instruction, please contact us. We'll be happy to customize a workshop or shoot to suit your needs with personal photo instruction, use of our photo blinds, and private tours of our sanctuary.