Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the U.S. Join professional and award-winning nature photographers, Krisztina Scheeff and Dawn Wilson to photograph beautiful landscapes and amazing wildlife in this pristine destination during the peak of fall color and elk rut seasons.
Dates: September 16, 2021 - September 19, 2021 * 4 spots left
Location: Estes Park, CO
Group Size: max 6 participants
I am very excited to co-lead this workshop with the amazing Dawn Wilson. To sign up and get all the details please click the "More info & Sign up Now" button and you will be taken to her website and sign up form.
Krisztina Scheeff / KS Nature Photography
Based in San Diego, California, Professional photographer Krisztina operates a successful business providing guided tours and workshops around San Diego & Orange County. Krisztina had numerous publications and art exhibits, and she is a workshop leader every year at the Bird Festival run by San Diego Audubon Society. Her enthusiasm and passion for wildlife photography rubs off on everyone who meets her.
For more about Krisztina please visit the About section.
Dawn Wilson / Dawn Wilson Photography
Dawn Wilson is an award-winning and professional nature photographer who specializes in telling the stories of wildlife at high latitudes and high altitudes of the Rocky Mountains and Alaska. Recognized for her photographic work in Nature's Best Photography as well as a finalist in the renowned Wildlife Photograph of the Year competition, Dawn's text and photography have appeared in regional and national publications, including Outdoor Photographer, Colorado Life, Wyoming Wildlife, Wild Planet Photo Magazine, and many more. As a Master Naturalist, Dawn brings a passion for the outdoors and a deep interest in the animals of Rocky Mountain National Park to show her clients how understanding animal behavior will help improve their photos. Dawn is a year-round resident of Estes Park, base camp for Rocky Mountain National Park, and visits the park frequently, giving her an intimate knowledge of the best locations for wildlife and scenery in and around the park.