Autumn in the Cabinets Photo Workshop
Explore the extremely rugged and beautiful Cabinet Mountains along the Idaho/Montana border.
Sunday November 1, 2020
The Cabinet Mountains, lying along the Idaho and Montana border, make up some of the most rugged terrain in the Inland Northwest. The landscape is filled with deep canyons, glacial colored rivers, multi-colored bedrock, and craggy mountain peaks. Wildlife is as abundant as the expansive views. Exploring just one relatively small section of this expansive wilderness will treat students to a historic Fire Lookout, amazing vistas filled with overwhelming fall color, a 50 foot waterfall, and the ruins of an abandoned cabin.
Take your photography to the next level
This workshop is your chance to capture stunning images that you can be truly proud of while getting one-on-one instruction and guidance from professional outdoor photographer Chris Celentano. Explore some of the most remote country in North Idaho while also learning how to take your images to the next level. This workshop is an addition to the highly acclaimed Larch March Workshop that first took place in 2018. North Idaho is one of the best places in the Northwest to view the annual change of color for the famous Western Larch that grows tall all over our mountains. If you missed last year's trip, make sure you don't miss out on this opportunity.
The Nitty Gritty
Where, When, How
Skill Level- Beginner, Novice, Semi-pro
Physical Fitness- Mild- Some mellow walking along forest service roads near the vehicles and one mild .5 mike hike to a stunning waterfall.
Duration- Roughly 10-12 hours
When- Meet at the Big5 parking lot at 8:00AM, Sunday, November 1st, in Coeur d'Alene to arrange carpool.
What To Bring- Your DSLR or mirrorless camera, a tripod, CPL and ND filters(if you have them), water, lunch and snacks, and an eagerness to learn! Please bring warm clothes, gloves, and footwear. Expect snow in the high elevations for at least part of the day.
Investment: $85.00 Per Person- Only 10 Spaces Available