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SPECIAL – Alaska Wilderness and Wildlife Tour + Polar Bears!

August 2015 – we have two dates available.  August 16-22 (6 spaces available, minimum 4 required) and August 23-29 (2 spaces available).

We are combining two of our most popular Alaska tours into one.  Here’s the itinerary:

Day 1. Fly into Fairbanks.

Day 2. First day on the Dalton Highway.  Cross the Yukon River and the Arctic Circle. Overnight at Coldfoot Camp.

Day 3. Second day on the Dalton Highway. Drive north into the breathtaking tundra and over the Brooks Range. Overnight at Deadhorse Camp.

Day 4. Fly from Deadhorse to Kaktovik.  Connect with our local guide for an afternoon Polar Bear photo shoot.

Day 5. Morning and afternoon Polar Bear photo shoots.

Day 6. Morning Polar Bear photo shoot.  Fly back to Fairbanks.

Day 7. Head to your next destination. (I strongly recommend Denali National Park!)

Cost: $6500 per person, double occupancy.

Interested?  Contact me ASAP.  We need to have registrations complete and payment received soon.  In-state flights and lodging can fill quickly, so I need to start making reservations as soon as possible.

PS – you’ll earn your framed Arctic Circle Crossing Certificate to hang proudly in your office or home – right next to your polar bear photos!

 

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Join us for an unforgettable photography adventure into some of North America and Iceland’s most spectacular viewing areas. From the polar bears of Alaska to the tropical birds of Florida to the glaciers of Iceland, The Amazing Image will take you on a tour you will never forget, and help you to capture images to last a lifetime.

Private Photo Tour - Reflections at Glacier Lagoon (C) www.TheAmazingImage.com
Reflections at Glacier Lagoon, Iceland (c) www.TheAmazingImage.com

Join Professional Wildlife and Nature Photographer Charles MacPherson for your opportunity to photograph polar bears, glaciers, icebergs, osprey, great egrets, snowy owls, flowers, the magnificent Rockies, the lighthouses of New England, the arctic tundra of northern Canada, the scenery of Iceland and more.

Alaskan Polar Bears from our Annual August Tour (c) www.TheAmazingImage.com
Alaskan Polar Bears from our Annual August Tour (c) www.TheAmazingImage.com

We offer photography tours and workshops for photographers of any skill level.  Whether you’re a beginner with an automatic “point & shoot” camera or a professional with thousands of dollars in camera gear, you’ll fit right in. We’ve had guests who were complete beginners up to one who was a professional photographers with a decades-old, established portrait business.

In fact, you don’t even have to be a photographer at all!

For example, about half of our guests on our Polar Bear and Lighthouse tours just want to see the sights.

No matter which photo tour (multi-day) or workshop (mostly single day) you decide to take, our goal is to make sure you come home with a camera full of portfolio-class images.

One-on-One Photography Lessons Pemaquid Light (c) www.TheAmazingImage.com
Pemaquid Light (c) www.TheAmazingImage.com

About Our Tours

Each photo tour is meticulously crafted to bring you to locations that are exotic, beautiful or wildlife-rich. We search out areas and subjects that we’re sure you’ll find attractive – and many take years of research to develop the *perfect* itinerary!

While we’re there, you’ll have an expert photo coach to help you to capture great images. Your photo coach will be shooting right alongside of you, allowing him to see what you see and to call out the best possible shots as they develop.  He’ll give you his best tips on making the most of each shooting situation.

Our tours are structured to be leisurely and enjoyable – we never want our guests to feel rushed.  There are no name tags, no sardine-class shuttle buses and no tour guides cracking the whip to keep you on a rigid schedule.

We keep our tours and workshops small. Many tours are limited to a maximum of 6, while others, like weekend driving tours, allow up to 10.

That ensures that every photographer gets as much personal attention as he or she wants and you come home with the best possible images.

NEW for 2014 – for all weekend driving tours – A Non-Photographer spouse / guest can join you at 1/2 price!

PS – One interesting thing about Charlie’s images that you might not know.  He never uses Photoshop.  Every image you see on this site was processed through Aperture.  With the exception of cropping and minor adjustments like contrast and highlight / shadow adjustment, they are essentially as he shot them.  His photo coaching will help you to do the same!