Grand Teton Photography Workshops

Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in the breathtaking Grand Teton National Park. Our experienced instructors will guide you to the best locations and teach you how to capture stunning images of the peak wildflower season. From sweeping vistas to intimate details, this is a truly enriching experience you won't miss!

June 12-15, 2023

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Important Details and Itinerary

Group Size



Initial Payment – $895


Fly To

Jackson or Salt Lake City 

Fitness Level


Spring in the Tetons is a truly magical time, as the snow-capped peaks of the majestic mountain range provide a stunning backdrop for the wildflowers that begin to bloom in the meadows of the Teton Valley. This workshop is designed to be less strenuous and adventurous, as we will mainly be shooting from the roadside and will only take short, leisurely hikes to capture the beauty of this season.

As the snow melts and the first signs of spring emerge, the Tetons come alive with the vibrant colors of wildflowers such as Indian paintbrush, lupine, and fireweed. The combination of the snow-covered peaks and the colorful wildflowers creates a truly breathtaking landscape that is perfect for photography.

During this workshop, we will take advantage of the easy access to the Tetons by shooting from the roadside, allowing us to capture the beauty of the mountains and the wildflowers without having to venture too far from our vehicles. We will also take short, leisurely hikes to explore the meadows and get closer to the wildflowers for more intimate shots.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced photographer, this workshop is perfect for anyone who wants to capture the beauty of spring in the Tetons without having to embark on a challenging adventure. Join us and experience the magic of the Tetons in springtime.



This was a great workshop. A few things that I really appreciated: David sent handouts ahead of time, this allowed me to look over the material and make a point to ask about things I did not understand. Sometimes during the presentation, the amount of information can become overwhelming to process. Both David and Jennifer were easy to approach and ask questions. Like many other reviewers have stated, they are there to help you. I liked that we got to do both, take photographs and edit. I learned quite a bit about Lightroom. The small group size was nice. One felt like, you got the one on one attention time to ask questions. Definitely recommend a workshop with Exploring Exposure.


Death Valley Experience

I have attended several workshops, and this one ranks at the very top for several reasons. David and Jennifer are awesome photographers, very passionate and helpful. They are always available to assist you in every aspect of your photography, on the field and in post. They went out of their way to change our schedule because of weather conditions, and that was truly appreciated by the entire group.


The student always comes first

There are good photography workshops and bad photography workshops, and David and Jennifer are among the best. Small session sizes, extensively researched locations and intimate knowledge of the area, easy going and friendly, and the ability to determine your strong and weak points and work with them to make you a better photographer. They're not there to get their own photos, they make sure you're getting the best pictures you can. I've seen some workshops where the instructors turn their students loose to fend for themselves, but that's not what you'll get here. Always available, and always offering tips without being overbearing, David and Jennifer are the best.


What is Included

  • Small class size of 8 maximum to ensure proper attention to each client
  • Two attentive instructors for a client to instructor ratio of 4:1
  • Water and snacks
  • Image Critiques
  • Tailored post processing instruction in Lightroom and Photoshop

What is Not Included

  • Transportation - carpooling is required to reduce the amount of cars (all roads are paved)
  • Lodging - we have a block of rooms held for you
  • Meals - we will be eating some meals together as a group

Safe, Legal, Responsible.

We are proud members of Nature First Photography. This movement is dedicated to responsible nature photography. At its core are seven principles that we abide by and promote to our clients. We hope you will join the movement!

Concerned About Your Safety

We understand how important your safety is when we’re in remote locations. This is why David and Jennifer are both certified Wilderness First Responders, we are prepared for any situation large or small. We also carry satellite communication devices should we need rescue assistance in remote areas.


We always run our workshops on the up and up. For this workshop, Exploring Exposure is Authorized Permittee of Grand Teton National Park. We are also an equal opportunity service provider.

Our Philosophy

We encourage you to find your unique style of creativity with focused training based on your style and skill level. You will experience a rigorous learning experience in the field and the classroom to take your photography to the next level.

Our passion is seeing you grow in your photographic journey. We put your interests ahead of our own. Early on in the workshop, we will not photograph at all. Our focus is your learning experience, and we will not run off to chase the light and leave you behind. As the workshop progresses, we will take a few photos in a limited manner. This is so you can see how we approach a scene, demonstrate techniques, and create comradery with the group. Our focus will always remain with YOU.

We understand everyone comes to workshops at different points in their photography journeys. We will be there to guide and help you, whether you are a beginner or advanced shooter. There is always something to learn about photography, and we will do our best to help you find your creative vision.

Above all, we want this to be a fun experience for you. With our small group size, we get to know our clients very well, and we feel like they are part of our extended family. We do this for the love of photography, and there is nothing that gives us greater joy than seeing our clients grow and find their artistic vision.

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This workshop is very easy. Most of our locations we will be shooting near the road.


Please do not hesitate to send us any questions you may have, we would be happy to help.

Private Grand Tetons Workshops

If you are looking for a private guide to show you around the Tetons, look no further. We have spent many summers exploring all the Tetons have to offer. We can be your private tour guide or we can turn your experience into a full workshop training you on composition, vision, post-processing with Lightroom and Photoshop, all without the group.