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Ansel Adams' Legacy Photography Class

Ansel Adams' Legacy Photography Class - Yosemite Valley, California
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Yosemite Valley, California

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$95.00

Follow in the footsteps of Ansel Adams on a 4-hour, small-group  photography tour through Yosemite Valley. Join a staff photographer from the park’s Ansel Adams Gallery on a walking tour highlighting some of the park’s most iconic sites ... More info ›

Follow in the footsteps of Ansel Adams on a 4-hour, small-group  photography tour through Yosemite Valley. Join a staff photographer from the park’s Ansel Adams Gallery on a walking tour highlighting some of the park’s most iconic sites. Learn about Ansel’s important innovations in photography as you go, including technical aspects of light and exposure and how to best implement them in your own pictures using a digital camera. Fuel your artistic vision with a look into Ansel’s life and his renowned works that capture the magical beauty of Yosemite.

Meet your guide — a professional photographer at the park’s Ansel Adams Gallery — at the gallery (located in Yosemite Village) and set out with your small-group of fellow participants on a 4-hour, hands-on photography walk highlighting some of the park’s most iconic and photographable sites.

Stop at up to five scenic viewpoints, some which will be recognizable from Ansel Adams' photographs. Individual locations change daily based on what current conditions suggest will provide the most photogenic views.

Along the way your guide will offer an introduction to Ansel Adams, the man and his legacy, and provide instruction on how to apply his technical methods to your use of digital cameras. You’ll also learn how to best utilize aperture settings and aperture priority, shutter speed, ISO, and histograms to optimize your exposures.

The terrain is relatively flat, along mostly paved trails and approximately 2-3 miles (3-5 km) in total. Ask questions as you go, discuss Ansel and photography in general, and become familiar with why and how Ansel made the composition and technical choices he did.

This tour is best suited for beginner and intermediate photographers and hobbyists.

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Digital Photography Class in Yosemite Valley

Digital Photography Class in Yosemite Valley - Yosemite Valley, California
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Yosemite Valley, California

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$95.00

Become a 21st-century photographer on this half-day excursion and course learning how to take amazing digital photographs in Yosemite National Park. Discover the most beautiful parts of the park with the knowledgeable guide and get some tips and learn some new photographic techniques on how to capture the ultimate beauty of Yosemite ... More info ›

Become a 21st-century photographer on this half-day excursion and course learning how to take amazing digital photographs in Yosemite National Park. Discover the most beautiful parts of the park with the knowledgeable guide and get some tips and learn some new photographic techniques on how to capture the ultimate beauty of Yosemite. Learn about composition, lighting, exposure and aperture. The class size is limited to just 10 people, ensuring plenty of personalized attention from the teacher/guide.

Meet your instructor and guide at the Yosemite Village Mall in the afternoon and don't forget to bring your own camera. Head off on foot to see three to five different spots that are ideal for great photography. The mostly flat trails will be, in total, two to three miles (three to five kilometers) so be sure to wear comfortable shoes. 

At each site, learn everything from basic equipment usage to composition to shot selection. Get a better understanding of things like zoom, aperture, ISO and shutter speed. In the end, you're photographs will be that much more impressive. 

The group size is limited to just 10 participants and is ideal for beginner and intermediate photographers looking to enhance their skills with the camera.

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Experience Yosemite: Beginner or Advanced Photography Lesson

Experience Yosemite: Beginner or Advanced Photography Lesson - Yosemite, California
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Duration: Varies
Location: Yosemite, California

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$400.00

Step into the shoes of Ansel Adams, Charles Weed, Carlton Watkins and Edward Weston during a basic or advanced photography lesson in magnificent Yosemite National Park. Bring your camera to capture the jagged peaks, meadows, rivers, lakes and wildlife of Yosemite Valley or the High Sierra, all while sharpening your photography skills and learning new techniques from your expert instructor ... More info ›

Step into the shoes of Ansel Adams, Charles Weed, Carlton Watkins and Edward Weston during a basic or advanced photography lesson in magnificent Yosemite National Park. Bring your camera to capture the jagged peaks, meadows, rivers, lakes and wildlife of Yosemite Valley or the High Sierra, all while sharpening your photography skills and learning new techniques from your expert instructor. You’ll visit both iconic and lesser-known locations throughout the park. This experience is open to photo enthusiasts of all experience levels.

People have been photographing Yosemite since 1859, when Charles Weed took the first salt print photo of Yosemite Falls. Since then, artists like Ansel Adams, Carlton Watkins and Edward Weston have produced stunning, unforgettable photographs of the Yosemite Valley and High Sierra.
Choose a basic or advanced photography lesson depending on your skill level and preferences. Your photography adventure starts at 3:30pm, and your exact trailhead departure point will be confirmed after booking. Follow your guide in your car or on foot through Yosemite National Park to your photo locations. Along with your own camera, be sure to bring along any other equipment you'll need such as a sturdy tripod, lenses, filters, extra memory cards and extra batteries.
Basic Photo Lesson: Icons of Yosemite Valley Whether you’re shooting in black and white or color, your photos of Yosemite Valley’s most iconic locations will surely be beautiful. Your instructor will discuss basic techniques including depth of field, hyperfocal distance, exposure techniques, metering, the zone system, white balance and composition.
Begin at the Church Bowl parking lot and picnic area, where Ansel Adams shot two famous images, and make your way to Inspiration Point on Wawona Road, offering epic sunset photo opportunities.
Advanced Photo Lesson: Icons of the High Sierra After the winter snows have given way to the warm days of summer, the High Sierra affords a romantic grandeur: granite domes, jagged peaks, wildflower meadows, sparkling lakes and wildlife all around.
Begin at Olmsted Point, a favorite site of many photographers, and travel to Tenaya Lake to explore its granite shores, erratic boulders, stunted trees and majestic reflections.
Afterwards, continue to Tuolumne Meadows, where several different stops will yield views of the meadows, Mt Dana, the Cathedral Range, the Tuolumne River, Lembert Dome and more. If conditions permit, evening alpen glow will blanket the Sierra crest and provide you with a vibrant, luminous scene even after the sun has dropped below the horizon.
Perfect for more experienced photographers, this lesson covers advanced techniques for photographing wildlife and macro subjects. Topics covered include depth of field, hyperfocal distance, exposure techniques, metering, the zone system, white balance and composition.

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Family Hike in Yosemite

Family Hike in Yosemite - Yosemite Valley, California
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Yosemite Valley, California

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$88.89

Enjoy a pleasant half-day hike on a relatively gentle trail in Yosemite Valley or the High Country that will allow for excellent photo opportunities and a chance to picnic perched atop a magnificent vista point or alongside a meadow, lake or stream. These introductory hiking tours are perfect for beginners.

Spend quality time with your family while hiking and learning the natural history of Yosemite National Park from our local guides ... More info ›

Enjoy a pleasant half-day hike on a relatively gentle trail in Yosemite Valley or the High Country that will allow for excellent photo opportunities and a chance to picnic perched atop a magnificent vista point or alongside a meadow, lake or stream. These introductory hiking tours are perfect for beginners.

Spend quality time with your family while hiking and learning the natural history of Yosemite National Park from our local guides. These interpretative tours combine short easy hike with outdoor educational sessions that will benefit children and parents alike. Learn about the natural world and listen to the stories of Yosemite while we take you to some of the bets photo spots in the park. We offer these introductory Gentle and Moderate Hike at a special discount to families. 

Please note: Family tours are designed for families of 4 or more members.

Beginner Hike
Enjoy a pleasant half-day hike on a relatively gentle trail in Yosemite Valley or the High Country that will allow for excellent photo opportunities and a chance to picnic perched atop a magnificent vista point or alongside a meadow, lake, or stream. These introductory hiking tours are perfect for beginners. Expect to hike four to five miles with minimal elevation gains. Tours will last approximately four to five hours.


Moderate Hike
Escape from the masses and take some of Yosemite’s most scenic trails a little further. These introductory hiking tours are perfect for beginners and novice hikers. Expect to hike five to six miles with elevation gains up to 1000 feet. Tours will last approximately five to six hours.

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Giant Sequoia Grove Hike or Snowshoe

Giant Sequoia Grove Hike or Snowshoe - Yosemite Valley, California

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Yosemite Valley, California

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$90.00

Winter is an amazing time to take in Yosemite’s rare groves of Giant Sequoia trees. As the summer/spring crowds clear out, the Tuolumne and Merced Groves become secluded, peaceful hiking trails accentuated by the towering Sequoia trees reaching out of view ... More info ›

Winter is an amazing time to take in Yosemite’s rare groves of Giant Sequoia trees. As the summer/spring crowds clear out, the Tuolumne and Merced Groves become secluded, peaceful hiking trails accentuated by the towering Sequoia trees reaching out of view. The Giant Sequoias grow up to nearly 300 feet high/26 feet in diameter, making the the largest living things on Earth, and can live to be over 3,000 years old. If there is a considerable amount of snow on the ground, this trip becomes a peaceful snowshoe through the snow blanketed groves.

Snowshoeing in Yosemite is am amazing experience! Snowshoeing is an easy sport to learn and offers you the chance to get into the less-traveled winter wonderland that the Yosemite backcountry becomes.

This trip can include Tuolumne and/or Merced Grove is a great for families with younger children and/or families looking for an easier hike.

Guides carry first aid kits, water purification methods, toilet paper (for emergencies), suntan lotion and bug repellent. Please plan to bring your own lunch, snacks, water bottles, etc. Remember, profits from our guided trips go towards supporting our youth summer camp program.

NOTE: Should weather, fire, and/or delayed seasonal openings affect the chosen itinerary, a different itinerary will be offered. You will be kept in contact throughout this process. That being said, some of Yosemite most unique winter phenomena occur in less than ideal weather conditions!

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Guided Half Dome Hike

Guided Half Dome Hike - Yosemite, California
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Yosemite, California

From USD
$195.00

For hiking enthusiasts, the trek to Yosemite’s Half Dome is a rite of passage — one that many hikers prepare for with training. Take the strenuous challenge on a full-day guided hike to the top of Yosemite National Park’s iconic landmark ... More info ›

For hiking enthusiasts, the trek to Yosemite’s Half Dome is a rite of passage — one that many hikers prepare for with training. Take the strenuous challenge on a full-day guided hike to the top of Yosemite National Park’s iconic landmark. Your expert Yosemite guide provides you with safety gear, and coaches you throughout the 12-hour day to make sure that you reach the summit safely. The physically challenging hike to the top of Half Dome is suitable for athletic adults who want to attempt this legendary trek that includes a hair-raising climb up a dizzying cable route.

IMPORTANT: Hikers must obtain a permit to hike Half Dome. The supplier may have a permit depending on time of departure. To apply for a permit yourself, the Half Dome Permit Application Process is from March 1–31, and done through recreation.gov.

Early in the morning, meet your expert guide at a trail head that is confirmed at the time of booking. Here, you receive a safety briefing and review the day’s schedule. Your journey to Half Dome is carefully organized so that you set a good pace on this strenuous 17-mile (27-km) trip.

Once you have received your orientation, lace up your hiking boots and hit the trail. As you hike, you’ll learn about the geology and natural history of Half Dome, Yosemite, and the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Along the way, soak up amazing views of Vernal Falls, Nevada Falls, Liberty Cap, Half Dome and the High Sierra as the trail rises 4,800 feet (1460m) from Yosemite Valley to the top of Half Dome.

The final section of the Half Dome ascent requires you to scale the mountainside for 400 feet (125m) using cables fastened into the steep rock face. Your guide shows you how to use your provided equipment before you climb the cable route. This part of the hike requires a permit that you must acquire before you reach Yosemite National Park. See Additional Info for instructions on how to obtain your permit, which is included in the price of this guided hike. You also have the option to sit out this final section; there is plenty of amazing scenery to enjoy, and your day will be amazing and challenging whether you reach the summit or not!

Upon completion of this epic adventure, you’ll be rewarded with the satisfaction of knowing you climbed Half Dome and learned new mountaineering skills. Return to the trail head to end your day, where you’ll receive a ‘Half Dome Summit Club’ patch to commemorate your achievement.

Please note: Hikers need to be in excellent physical condition and well-prepared for this challenging 12-hour trek. It's important that you are in shape prior to this trek, and you can consult your guide after booking on how to properly train. You must also be able to carry your own daypack (not included). It should be equipped with food, water, layered clothing, and a safety kit. Other necessities include a hat, sunblock and a flashlight. Detailed information on how to pack is provided on the voucher.

IMPORTANT: Hikers must obtain a permit to hike Half Dome. The supplier may have a permit depending on time of departure. To apply for a permit yourself, the Half Dome Permit Application Process is from March 1–31, and done through recreation.gov.

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