Here you will find choices of Photo Tours and Workshops. You are unsure of what to expect in a photo tour and in a workshop? There are some differences to be aware of before you sign up. Avoid disappointments later on and match your expectations with what is being offered in the wilderness.

Red Rock Country Photo Tour

May 10 – 22, 2020 — CANCELLED! To be done on a later date.

Twelve days of exploring the Colorado Plateau. The entire American Southwest is largely made up of high desert, with scattered areas of forests. Domes, hoodoos, fins, reefs, goblins, river narrows, natural bridges, and slot canyons are some of the features typical of this area.

Hunt's Mesa

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Lake Powell Workshop

October 21 – 25, 2020

Five days on a houseboat and exploring the beauty of Glen Canyon and its tributary Canyons on a motorboat and small hikes.

Five spots out of 10 are already taken.

Lake Powell Photography Workshop

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Hunt’s Mesa, Monument Valley Photo Tour

October 25 – 26, 2020

This photo tour is an add-on to the above mentioned Lake Powell Photo Tour 2020.

Non-participants to the Lake Powell Photo Tour can also join this photographic adventure!

Hunt's Mesa

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Northwest New Mexico Photo Tour

November 11-15, 2020

Five days of exploring and photographing badlands, hoodoos, Shiprock and Angel’s Peak in the northwestern corner of New Mexico.

This is a small sized event with only three spots!

Northwest New Mexico Photo Tour

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Tuscany Photo Tour

May 16 – 22, 2021

Seven days in Tuscany visiting Pienza and its surroundings in the enchanted Val d’Orcia as well as San Gimignano and Florence.

This photo tour will be conducted by Henk Meijer and myself and we have 14 spots.

Don’t procrastinate on signing up. There are only 4 spots left!

Tuscany Photography Workshop

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Any trips I organize or organize with another photographer are private and non-business. I am a physician by trade and I take people along with me on my trips because I enjoy the company and the opportunity to help people get to know and photograph the Southwest. I do not make a business out of it. My goal is to have a pleasant, safe trip with artistic value photography as a result. We share expenses, gear, ideas, and experiences. We do nothing that would require me or a co-host to be a concessionaire or CUA holder in any federal or state lands we may visit or photograph. We will not be going anyplace on public lands that are not generally open to the public. No photographs you take on public lands may be used to promote the sale or use of a product or service. We will not do any “commercial filming” as defined in the Code of Federal Regulations nor will we do any “still photography” that would require a permit from any agency administering any public land which we photograph.

We will respect nature, leave only footprints where we are allowed to leave footprints, and take only our images, memories, and friendships home with us.