I offer private photo tours in Colorado at reasonable daily rates.
Private photography tours offer you the benefit of having your own private professional photographer to help you one-on-one and without the crowd.
From one day to multiple days and multiple locations, why sign up for a cookie-cutter workshop when you can build your own private workshop at the same cost?
Photo Tours any time of year, anywhere in Colorado.
Prime photographic opportunities in Colorado can vary by time of year so don't guess.
Here are some of the main subjects
Landscape Photography (any time of year, Autumn is the best though.)
Winter is great for Deer, from October through February. Mule deer and White-tailed.
Bighorn Sheep in November and December
Mountain Goats late June through August
Elk in September and October
Birds are active in Winter and Spring, some Bald and Golden Eagle activity in the Summer months
Moose in July and August and this is my specialty. Nobody can get you to moose like I can.
All of this and more in Colorado.
I charge by my base day rate plus expenses. (fuel and lodging) My rates are reasonable, and I give a 10% discount to repeat customers.
For single day trips, there is a $150 non-refundable deposit to book a day and that deposit applies toward final charge.
For multiple day trips, I require a 50% deposit and remaining balance due upon completion of trip.
I can accommodate up to 3 people on any given photo tour, with discounts for the 2nd and 3rd person on the trip.
I'm insured and a registered photography business in good standing with the State of Colorado.
You may call me at 303-948-1972
I verify all clients by telephone.
You may view my cancellation policy by clicking here.
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Colorado Photo Tours
Bull Moose in Northern Colorado. Early May, 2018
If you are looking for a fun wildlife photography workshop in Colorado this summer, I'm your guy. I am now accepting bookings for my 2018 Colorado Moose Photography Workshops and Photo Tours.
There are approximately 3,000 moose living in stable breeding populations in Colorado and I know how to find them.