The Fire of Fall


September 19 - september 22, 2019

Price coming soon…

We’ve had so much interest in a trip to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons! Please give us time to gather all of the exciting details into this one succinct page (so much to say!!) and check back in a few days to see it all!

Read it and love it? Pre-register, here.

The Fire of Fall, in Yellowstone and The Grand Tetons

Reds, yellows, greens and bright blues… ignite your photographic passions as you capture the fiery colors of geysers and foliage, study wildlife behavior of bears, bison, wolves and more. The vibrancy of color and life is calling to you. Join us on this retreat-worthy refresh of your photographic eye and inhale crisp air like never before.

Travel Photography Workshop Yellowstone Grand Tetons Wyoming Marisa Marulli



While we are getting all of the exciting details onto this page, you are welcome to hold your spot!

An Expedition Retreat: Reinvent The Philosophy of Your Photography

Boy! Some of our trips really do pack in a plethora of awesome places and experiences, and our photographic passions are so fed by this system of inspirational overload.

If you’ve landed on this Wyoming photography expedition page, you have stumbled upon something quite special. We are here today today to offer a type of photography expedition unlike any of our others: a photography retreat; something we’ve been wanting to dive deeper into for a while.

A Photographer’s Retreat in Wyoming

Ever since we felt the the need to feed inspiration for photography - something we built our entire photography expedition business on - our missing to keep people out there, doing it, feeling it, being it. We make those opportunities, we solve those problems, the true rooted problem for people being their photographic reservations.

In fact, we noticed we were really getting at something here. So we decided let’s dedicate the whole thing to this really interesting, remarkable and totally opportunistic space to change the game.

That said, without further ado, allow us to introduce our Photographer’s Retreat in Wyoming. It’s short, it’s a simple and peaceful itinerary, but it’s back to the basics kind of simple that unravels the very simple foundation that could drastically paradigm shift your photography.

Go on, take a look at our itinerary below. This one is designed to take it slow and go through the real things people are trying to uncover in their reservations. We will be asking each photographer to send in an issue they have in their photography prior to the trip, and we will take the dedicate time to cover the philosophy behind that problem and the tactful solutions to solve it.

What makes our Wyoming Photography Retreat different than all others

  • Give you time and space to rest

  • Give you the space to see things in a different way

  • We’ll teach you how to see things with a fresh look for your photography

  • Send us 5 samples of your photography to apply for this retreat, because we’re that dedicated

  • Send us your biggest photography problem to solve on this retreat

  • Revive your photography and solve the problem

  • 2 photography guides to no more than 8 participants

  • Unlock the creative blocks, unlock the creativity

  • Less time on the road, more time in the scene. Pack light, let’s not weigh ourselves down with luggage. We’ll have you flying into Jackson Hole and out of Bozeman. This is not a loop to leave you back where you started.


Itinerary and all details coming soon!

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Grand Teton National Park in autumn



  • DSLR camera

  • At least two camera batteries

  • At least two memory cards

  • Your favorite lens (We recommend bringing at least a wide-angle, mid-range and telephoto lens so you are able to seize all photographic opportunities in Alaska.)

  • Tripod

  • Shutter release cable

  • Laptop (If you would like to follow along with us during our post-processing instructions, we recommend that you bring a laptop to be able to participate and edit your photographs while with us.)

  • Headlamp (We recommend something like this because it can switch between a regular and a red, night vision light. While having a regular light will be important for hiking or seeing paths, having red lights are important for night photographers because this type of light preserves your night vision and does not negatively impact other photographer's exposures in the way that regular light does.)

  • Camera bag (At certain places we will be walking distances from parking areas to the viewpoints, and therefore you will need to have a bag that can hold the gear you'd like to shoot with. Keep in mind that this usually includes your tripod. You will also want to have some extra room for a water bottle and a packed meal on the days we take our meals to-go.)


  • Cable release

A cable release will allow you to take exposures longer than 30 seconds and multiple successive exposures (for star trails), help prevent camera shake, and more.

(These can be purchased on Amazon for approximately $9 and arrive within two days. Make sure you are getting the one that is appropriate for your particular camera. This one is for a Canon Rebel t6i. You can search Amazon or Google for the terms "remote cable release" + [your camera name and model].)

  • Neutral density filter for your wide-angle / landscape lens

An ND filter will allow you to take longer exposures when you normally wouldn't be able to because the scene is too bright. This is the key to nice soft clouds in landscapes, milky waterfalls, etc. 

(I recommend anywhere from a 3-stop to 10-stop ND filter, but make sure it is of decent quality. I use B+W brand, but HOYA also makes great filters. LEE square filters are good too.)

  • Graduated neutral density filter for your wide-angle / landscape lens

A graduated ND filter serves the same purpose as the ND filter described above, however the darkening effect takes place only on the top half of the filter, which allows your lighter sky to be exposed more similarly to your darker foreground. A 2-stop GND is a good start.

  • Polarizing filter for your wide-angle / landscape lens

A polarizing filter will help deepen colors.

  • Hand warmers (approximately $7 on Amazon or $5 at your local Walmart) and rubber bands

As your camera is brought from warm interiors to cooler settings, dew can accumulate on your lens glass and completely fog up your images! Photographers have come up with the ingenious solution of securing a couple of hand warmers onto the lens with a rubber band, which keeps the lens temperature regulated enough that it prevents the condensation from occurring!



*All* levels of photographers

Those looking for a nature photography *experience*

Those looking to translate their connection with nature into their images

Those ready to breathe new life into their photography with this vibrant expedition to a land of color and fresh air

Those photographers who feel like they see the magic of the scene when they are there, but really want to work on being able to translate that into a final aw-inspiring photograph

Those interested in the psychology behind a photograph and its composition, and want their photographs to catch other people’s attention


September 19 - September 22, 2019


Coming soon… hang tight!


Yellowstone National Park

Grand Tetons National Park



Field instruction

Specific photographic technique problem-solving

Philosophical approach

Class post-processing instruction

One-on-one critiques

photographic themes

Incredible fall landscapes

Inspiration from and connection to scene and its influence on the image

Capturing the moment and translating to the creation of an awe-inspiring photograph


Natural light



Reinventing your photography and compositions


Photography guide: Marisa Marulli

Marisa Marulli is the person who took my love for photography and pushed it over the edge. Prior to her explanation I didn’t know anything about shutter speed and aperture. Not only did she take the time to explain it to me but she spent the time to show me how to do it in the field. She put everything in terms that I could understand and I am forever grateful.
— Frank DiNardi, Haddam, CT

We are CPR First Aid AED trained and certified.

We are CPR First Aid AED trained and certified.

What makes our excursion stand out from all the rest:

  • Exclusivity: Limited to eight participants only!

  • One-on-one attention: Two photographer guides for no more than eight participants promises you the attention you deserve.

  • Immersive experience: Each step of this itinerary has been hand-picked by Marisa, offering her signature immersive and intimate experiences of the landscapes we aim to photograph.

  • Everything iconically Wyoming: We make sure to bring it all to you in one expedition: cultural immersion, gorgeous landscapes, our nightly hunt for the Milky Way, and more!

  • Light: We chase many sights when the light is golden and right!

  • Experience: Our expedition is a mixture of photography opportunities and engaging experiences.



Alaska travel

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This itinerary is subject to change. The opportunity for photography and astrophotography is based on proper weather conditions. If the weather conditions are in any way hazardous or unfavorable, the photography guides reserve the right to cancel in-the-field instruction for affected days.