Provo, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/20/2015 -- One of the best times of the year to visit the Grand Escalante in Utah is during the month of May, because the weather is just right and the area is full of greenery. This May, professional photographer and tour guide David Swindler of Action Photo Tours is embarking on a five-day journey with six travelers to snap photos of the land's gorgeous scenery. The trip takes place from May 18 to the 23 and features a hands-on photography workshop that teaches digital techniques. The adventure calls for somewhat strenuous activities that lead to rewarding sights.
The tour will also be accompanied by well-renowned photographer Dustin LeFevre, who will be assisting David Swindler with educating participants on improving their photography skills. The trip will entail a visit to the Coyote Gulch and the Golden Cathedral in Neon Canyon, as well as breathtaking sights such as Sunset Arch. Compared to other adventure photo tours, the Grand Escalante Photography Tour offers sight-seeing opportunities such as the open night sky, water falls, sandstone formations and slot canyons.
The photography tour offers an all-inclusive experience, with four-wheel drive transportation to the photography locations, hotel accommodations, food while in the field and a final group dinner. Some of the hiking that photographers will experience will involve wading through streams and squeezing through tight spaces.
For more information on the Grand Escalante Photography Tour, please visit the Action Photo Tours website. In addition, the company is now booking for one of their wildlife photo tours, the Utah Wildflowers and Wildlife Tour, which visits Mt. Timpanogos for four days. Six spots remain.
About Action Photo Tours
Action Photo Tours is a travel company that offers scenic trips and tours for photography learning. The company is owned by David Swindler, who schedules the trips and guides the destination tours. The trips feature unique photography opportunities in various places of the nation that focus on wildlife and setting. As a tour guide, David Swindler teaches his photography style to help his clients sharpen their photo-taking skills.
For more information about this company, please visit http://actionphototours.com