Larry Lindahl is a leader of nature and landscape photography workshops. Visitors can schedule workshops held at Grand Canyon and other locations in the Southwest. You can also sign up for his sunrise or sunset landscape workshops in Sedona, his home for over 20 years.
SEDONA Photography Workshops
Give yourself a landscape photography experience at sunset or sunrise in the colorful Sedona landscape. Your personalized workshop is a one-on-one experience with instructional direction at beautiful locations. You will be taken to scenic places to advance your creative skills under the inspiring guidance of a professional photographer.
To schedule, contact Larry Lindahl.
Workshops for Individuals
2-hour Sedona workshop – $180
In this workshop we visit scenic locations to focus on the basics of capturing the beauty of the red rocks. You will improve your skills as you create new and better landscape photographs.
3-hour Sedona workshop – $220
In this scenic paradise, you will be guided to multiple scenic locations to focus on your nature and landscape photography. You will learn ways to expand your visual awareness as you gain a deeper understanding of light, composition, and adding a dimensional presence to your images. Take this special opportunity to gain confidence in your photography as you make beautiful images in the Sedona red rock landscape.
5-hour Sedona workshop – $350
In our half-day session we will explore the dynamics of composition and the nuances and variances of natural light. You will learn to consciously design your photographs to capture engaging and dimensional images. You will be given personal tips to expand your creativity. Enjoy this unique experience to visit beautiful landscapes as you make quality photographs in places only a few visitors ever see. View full description...
For those interested in advanced techniques, you can learn more about depth-of-field focus, effective use of a polarizing filter or graduated neutral density filters, plus work on creating HDR imagery. You can also ask questions about the best exposure settings for back-lighting, sunbursts, and waterfalls.
You may bring a non-photographer spouse or friend for no extra charge.
To schedule, contact Larry Lindahl.
GRAND CANYON Photography Workshops
Grand Canyon National Park is an unparalleled geologic wonder, a World Heritage Site, and one of the crown jewels of the national park system. Enjoy multi-day photography workshops on the South and North rims, and backpacking photography adventures into the canyon with the Grand Canyon Field Institute, the park’s official educational partner. Classes limited to 10 participants.
Grand Canyon Winter Photography – Class is FULL
January 20–22, 2017
Winter is a special time at Grand Canyon National Park. The summer crowds are long gone, leaving the South Rim to the hardy few willing to brave the chilly temperatures. The rewards for those ready to throw on an extra layer are many, especially for photographers in pursuit of dramatic compositions.
Grand Canyon South Rim Monsoon Photography
July 14–16, 2017
The lofty overlooks along the park’s South Rim provide spectacular photographic opportunities, especially as summer crests and the scenery is augmented by sensational cloud buildups. Late afternoon storms are the norm, bringing with them dramatic skies and the occasional rainbow.
Grand Canyon North Rim Fall Colors Photography
September 29–October 2, 2017
Photographers have long flocked to the lofty overlooks of the higher rim to capture some of the most compelling compositions found anywhere in North America. The lush forest of the North Rim adds one more visual treat to the display—oak and aspen turn red and gold in late September.
Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim Photography Backpack
October 10–16, 2017
Backpacking from North Rim to South Rim is a bucket-list adventure Grand Canyon enthusiasts should experience at least once in their lifetime. View full description...
We secure the hiking permits, reserve the campsites, and put your mind at ease allowing you to immerse yourself into photographing the breathtaking scenery, exploring new territory, and taking amazing day hikes on layover days.
Rest assured that this photographer’s journey is about appreciating the natural light, beauty, and geometry of a landscape that reveals half of the Earth’s geologic history. You will fill your lens with the Canyon’s soaring towers of stone, multi-hued cliffs, ancient ruins, truly unique waterfalls, and majestic sunsets.
Come join us for a journey on foot into one of the most inspiring places on Earth.
SOUTHWEST Photography Workshops
The American Southwest is a magical place with some of the most stunning locations for photographers in the world. Also known as the Four Corners region, this beautiful land hides incredible sandstone rock formations, mysterious ancient dwellings and rock art and, Native American culture, plus a starry night sky that may be the most impressive you’ll ever see. The natural beauty here is awe inspiring to photograph!
Stunning Landscapes of the Southwest – Class is FULL
September 18–23, 2017
Join Scott Stulberg and Larry Lindahl on this very special photography workshop. You will be shooting at the most scenic and iconic locations of the Southwest: Sedona, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Monument Valley, Hunts Mesa, and Grand Canyon North Rim. View full description...
With individual guidance you will learn and advance your skills during sessions at sunrise, sunset, and under the night sky with the Milky Way!
Cost includes hotels (except in Sedona), all transportation from Sedona, guide fees and permits, all breakfasts, and a BBQ dinner while camping on Hunts Mesa. Limited to 10 participants. $2,850 per person.
CUSTOM Photography Workshops
Enjoy a one-on-one custom workshop designed to fit your travel schedule. In these single- or multi-day workshops, all reservations for hotels, guides, tours, park fees, and transportation are made for you.
The photo workshops start in Sedona and we travel to: Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Monument Valley, and/or Hunts Mesa.
We will photograph at the best time of day for each location. Professional guidance is provided on camera settings, composition, and creative decision-making in the field. Improve your knowledge of natural light, capture images with depth and dimension, and master the art of composing photographs with balance and harmony. Learn how to get quality images with panoramic techniques, HDR bracketing, night photography, light painting, and preparations for your post-production.
Go home with amazing images! Cost estimate sent on request.
Lightroom/Photoshop Online Lessons
One-on-one lessons allow you to learn and improve post-production skills with your own photos. Watch live demonstrations, ask questions, learn tips, practice new skills, work with on-screen guidance, and get useful image reviews.
Sedona Photo Workshop-Gift Certificates
Recipient will be driven to multiple scenic locations to focus on their nature and landscape photography. They will learn ways to expand their awareness of light, composition, and dimension to their images.
Seven Keys for Better Photos
A one-page guide to understanding the Seven Keys of Light, Composition, Depth, Focus, Vision, Intimacy and Passion. Print the easy-to-follow guide to keep with your camera.
Applying the Seven Keys
A one-page guide of useful tips for photographing Landscapes, Macro/Close-ups, Architecture, and Portraits. Print the easy-to-follow guide to keep with your camera.
Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, and Monument Valley
A three-page guide with useful tips for photographing these iconic landscapes. Includes both practical info on what to bring, what to expect, and tips for getting great photos.
Larry was interviewed on the Lens & Landscape podcast on Feb 21, 2016. Produced for nature and landscape photographers, Lens & Landscape features interviews with leading photographers and industry experts from around the world. Available on iTunes. Lens and Landscape Photography Podcast, Fred Weymoth [EP 01 _ Graphic Designer Turned Professional Photographer, 26 min]