Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, Arches, Bryce and Zion Photography Course.

Monument Valley

Our 2012 - 2023 tours were a huge success with stunning scenery and great company. Join us on our 10 day tour in 2025 photographing some of the most stunning scenery America has to offer.

Las Vegas is not just a city. It’s a world of its own, where anything can happen, and where the fun never stops. It’s also a photographer’s paradise, you’ll get to explore the best spots in the city, from the famous Strip to the hidden gems, and learn from our experienced instructor how to master your camera settings, compose your shots, and edit your images.
  • Grand Canyon: The Grand Canyon is one of the most iconic and awe-inspiring natural wonders in the world. You can photograph the vastness and depth of the canyon from various viewpoints along the south rim, such as Mather Point, Hopi Point, and Yavapai Point.
  • Antelope Canyon: Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon that features narrow passages and curved walls of sandstone. The best time to photograph Antelope Canyon is around midday, when the sun shines through the openings and creates beams of light and colorful reflections on the rocks. You can also capture the textures and shapes of the canyon walls, or the contrast between the dark interior and the bright sky. We will join a guided tour to gain access to the Canyon.
  • Horseshoe Bend: Horseshoe Bend is a dramatic bend in the Colorado River that forms a horseshoe-shaped curve. You can photograph Horseshoe Bend from a viewpoint that overlooks the river and the cliffs. The best time to photograph Horseshoe Bend is in the late afternoon, when the sun illuminates the river and the rocks with a warm glow. You will need a wide-angle lens to capture the entire scene.
  • Monument Valley: Monument Valley is a landscape of towering sandstone buttes and mesas that rise from the desert floor. You can photograph Monument Valley from various viewpoints along a 17-mile scenic drive. The best time to photograph Monument Valley is at sunrise and sunset, when the light enhances the colors and shapes of the rocks, or at night, when you can capture the stars and the Milky Way over the valley. We will be staying at The View hotel overlooking the park.

  • Arches National Park: Arches National Park is home to over 2,000 natural stone arches, as well as other rock formations, such as fins, windows, and balanced rocks. You can photograph Arches National Park from various viewpoints on a scenic drive that covers 43 miles of the park.
  • Bryce Canyon National Park: Bryce Canyon National Park is known for its hoodoos, which are spire-shaped rock formations that fill the amphitheater-shaped canyon. You can photograph Bryce Canyon National Park from various viewpoints along the rim, such as Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Inspiration Point, and Bryce Point. The best time to photograph Bryce Canyon National Park is at sunrise and sunset, when the light creates a soft and warm glow on the hoodoos.
  • Zion National Park: Zion National Park is a landscape of towering cliffs, narrow canyons, and verdant valleys. You can photograph Zion National Park from various viewpoints and we will also be visiting the nearby ghost town of Grafton.

    Then it back to Vegas to photograph iconic land marks such as the Bellagio fountains, the Eiffel Tower, and the Venetian canals.

    Check out the route map below to see the main sites visited on your 1000 mile tour.


  • 8 nights hotel accommodation.

  • Transportation during the trip.

  • Entrance to the National Parks.

  • Tuition From a professional photographer.

    Total cost including all the above:

    Now just £2195.

    9th - 18th March 2025

    Not Included - International Flights, meals and insurance. (Please feel free to contact us for guidance on flights - Flight cost approx £525 based on 2023 prices).

    Feel free to contact us if you would like more information and to discuss the trip.
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