Presented by Forest and Neil Chaput de Saintonge
Where We Go: When you think of Montana you might think of endless landscapes, rugged wilderness and the incredible wildlife that roams around “out there”. While we do have larger-than-life animals here, most visitors’ interactions with them occur from the side of the road or through binoculars. But for any photographer wanting to capture magazine-quality images, they know that simply rolling down the window to grab a photo will never cut it. This workshop at Triple D Game Farm will put you front and center – and sometimes face to face – with animals such as mountain lions and wolves. The experience will give you the best possible opportunity to create images you’ve always dreamed of, and will surely allow you to cross several things off your bucket list.
What You Learn: As if being in Montana, on the outskirts of Glacier National Park, and safely photographing animals isn’t enough, doing so with the father/son instructor team of Neil and Forest Chaput de Saintonge will ensure this experience is one you won’t soon forget. Their collective, well-trained photography prowess will ensure that every one of your photo questions gets answered in a way that makes sense to you, and that you will get the maximum benefit from this course by photographing alongside the two of them.
During this shoot-and-critique style workshop you:
Get a review of basic wildlife photography techniques
Cover appropriate camera settings and techniques
Photograph wolves and mountain lions in a natural setting
Photograph baby animals during morning light
Have your images critiqued by two photographers
Gain insight on how you can improve your techniques
Benefit from having dedicated time to edit your images during the course