North Rim of the Grand Canyon | Monsoon Season | Coming Soon

Grand Canyon Storm during Photography Workshop

What to expect

We be shooting sunrise and sunset every day. Since it is the summer we will have relatively long breaks in the middle of the day. If the light looks good though which it often can when there's a thunderstorm, we'll head out and shoot. The North Rim is relatively small so we will visit many of the shooting locations more than once to capture different light.

Page AZ will be the easiest airport to fly in and out of but it may be a little pricey. Flagstaff is a good alternative airport.


Hampton Inn or any nearby hotel (Page AZ)
Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim



The Bend

Horseshoe Bend

What's Included

Admission into Horseshoe Bend
Professional Photography Guide & Instructor
Admission to Grand Canyon National Park
Post Processing Session


The current forecast calls for mid 70's in the day and mid 50's at night with a chance of rain and thunderstorms throughout the week which is exactly what we want.

Recommended Camera Gear

• DSLR or mirrorless camera
• Sturdy Tripod
• Wide, mid and telephoto lenses. You will mostly use mid range and telephoto lenses unless the sky is doing something really incredible. If the storm flakes out there's a chance that we could do some astrophotography too. In that case the wider the better.
• Intervalometer in case we end with a clear sky and do some night shooting
• Lens wipes in case it's raining.
• ND filters will help give you longer exposure times and increase the odds of you capturing lighting. A 3 and 6-stop filter would be ideal.
• Computer

Recommended clothing and other gear

Rain Gear including rain pants and jacket.
Sturdy hiking boots or shoes.
Shorts & Pants
Water bottle
Packable camp chair in case we decide to wait for a storm to roll in.