Photography Adventures

We take you to Amazing.

Jay Goodrich has been leading photography adventures since 1998. He has seen the market change over the course of the last 20 years and is now providing an adventure based photography escape that moves beyond what others are offering. Our primary goal is to provide you with an amazing photography adventure that includes the best food, accommodations, and experiences that a region can serve up. You take the photos, we take care of the rest.

It’s time to join us on an all-inclusive photography journey that sets the stage for the greatest chapter of your life. A chapter solely based on adventure and exploration. One that will introduce you to new friends in remote corners. Come capture the light with us.

Coming Soon.

The Ultimate Alaska Photo Adventure.

Summer of 2020 we are taking a 12-day journey to Alaska with only 4 guests. Our goal is some of the greatest landscape and wildlife photography that Alaska has to offer. The only thing you will be responsible for is your flights to and from Anchorage, Alaska. 

Testament.

There are two types of photo workshops. The first is nothing more than a nice location with a nice hotel and good photo venues. The second has the great venues and a dedicated photo mentor that pushes the edge of your artistic and technical abilities. Jay Goodrich is a true professional photographer who will lead you to into areas you never imagined possible at your talent level. Jay’s workshop starts with a three-hour discussion on photo composition. He uses images from twenty years of experiences to describe the elements of an excellent photograph. Then he takes you to a location to practice these new lessons that you have learned. As a linear thinker I was led into seeing art in abandoned ranches and wildflowers. My goal was to forget about the Teton Mountain vistas and search for photographs that I had never noticed before. We were in a mountain meadow with hundreds of acres of wild flowers when Jay walked up to ask how I was doing. He looked at my images and gave me constructive feedback on how to use the elements discussed that morning to improve the shots. Then Jay said, “Now go back and find those flowers and do it again.” My humorous thought was “Jay, ya gota be kidd’in about finding that same bunch of flowers in this meadow (grin).” No matter, there were plenty of flowers to create artistic images. He is constantly available for individual mentoring and patiently answers your questions and encourages everyone in the workshop to perform better than there previous efforts. Jay Goodrich workshops are a bargain for the knowledge that he passes on to you no matter what the location you select.

Coming Soon.

The Ultimate Patagonia Photo Adventure.

January of 2021 we are taking a 12-day journey to Patagonia. Our goal is some of the greatest landscape and wildlife photography that Chile and Argentina have to offer.

Testament.

I’m just an average guy with kids in collage, a mortgage, a job that keeps me very busy and a great passion for photography, but I’m very selective in how I spend my time and money. My family always comes first, so it takes time for me to purchase a good camera, lenses, accessories and most certainly any educational Photography classes or trips. That being said, I’m always trying to learn, push myself in redefining how I regard and capture a subject in print. My photos are for my satisfaction only, I’m certainly not trying to become a professional, so why am I telling you this? I want fellow photographers to know about what an incredible learning experience and opportunity it is to learn from Jay. I’ve attended a dozen of his workshops now and can honestly say I’ve never taken better pictures or had a more enjoyable time: it was worth every penny! Jay doesn’t take you to the spot with 50 other shutterbugs, but selectively chooses spectacular areas with varying points of view and then helps you maximize your potential by pushing you to see past the obvious and look for a different, more singular composition than you would normally take. But it doesn’t end there. My fellow colleagues have been some of the most sincerely fascinating and talented photographers I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing. I can honestly say, I have acquired a whole new skill-set with working with Jay and made some great friends in the bargain.