The protection of your health and our workshop operators is our top priority. Please read below for the precautions and policies our workshops will be taking to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience during the ongoing pandemic. We want everyone to have a fun time photographing and experiencing the beautiful places we visit during our workshops so please let us know if you have any concerns. We will update any policies if new directives from the CDC or local governments occur.
Any time we are in close proximity masks will be required. This is usually not the case outdoors but will be strictly enforced if we need to go indoors. Please wear a mask to minimize the risk to others and yourself, refusing to do so will result in being asked to leave.
Due to the close nature of being in a vehicle we require group transportation during the pandemic. We ask that all clients self-isolate for two weeks prior to your workshop as well as taking extra precautions to limit exposure to others during the pre-tour.
You will be required to fill out a pre-workshop affidavit that you don’t have COVID-19 or have had it within the past 30 days as well as having your temperature measured before our workshop begins.
We won’t be touching your camera equipment or gear in the field but will use ours to demonstrate compositions and technique. We will all stay 6’ apart at all times from non-workshop attendees. Please familiarize yourself with your camera menu system before arriving.
We will be offering in-person classroom instruction and editing during the pandemic within safe distances and offer remote web-based instruction if desired during or after the workshop.
If you are ill before or during the workshop we will give you a pro-rated credit to use for a future workshop or guiding session. If new stay-at-home orders require canceling the workshop you’ll receive a credit for the future date or another workshop.
We will be dining with participants during the pandemic using safe distance guidelines and limiting our meals to outdoor environments and limiting indoor public exposure.