Yellowstone Winterscape Photography
February 23 -25
Kevin League, M.A.
Winter is one of the most splendid times to capture Yellowstone’s wildlife and stunning snow-covered landscape! This workshop focuses on capturing the park’s pristine winter scenery and abundant wildlife. We will explore the park’s northern region from Gardiner, through Mammoth Hot Springs to Lamar Valley and beyond - stopping to capture the park’s inspiring winter landscape scenes while searching for elusive predators such as wolves, foxes, and coyotes, as well as large mammals like bighorn sheep, moose, elk, bison, and mule deer. Come immerse yourself with other enthusiasts during Yellowstone’s most peaceful and arguably most beautiful season!
About the instructor
Kevin League, M.A., is a Helena, Montana based award-winning professional landscape, lifestyle, and wildlife photographer, capturing Montana and the western United States' most beautiful, fleeting, and fascinating moments. He has been a student of photography for several decades beginning as a teenager when his parents handed down their 35mm film Nikon cameras to him. Fast forward a few decades later, Kevin would establish his photography business in 2015, and in 2020 he opened a gallery in downtown Helena, fulfilling a lifelong dream and quickly becoming one of Montana's favorite new visual artists.
Inspired by early conservation photographers, Kevin believes his ability to share the beauty of our last best places will inspire others to respect, protect, and enjoy them. Kevin has dedicated his life to conservation through his photography, educational workshops and throughout a career protecting natural places that has spanned over 20 years with governmental and non-governmental organizations.
"I very much enjoyed and learned a lot from our workshop leader, Kevin League. He was knowledgeable, easy going and flexible." - Patty, MT
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