Geraint Smith Photography Tour/Workshops
in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado
Year-round, personal one on one photography tour/workshops
Geraint Smith Photography offers year-round, photo tour/workshops in a variety of locations to improve your photography skills with one on one personalized guidance. All of our photo tour/workshops are designed for photographers of all levels interested in improving their skills. If you’re looking for a hands-on guided experience to improve your photography or want to visit locations to enhance your photography portfolio, join me on a photo tour/workshop as we explore the unique landscape of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.
“If you feel safe traveling and have had your vaccinations and would like to join me here in New Mexico, I’m booking dates from mid-April through the rest of the year. I believe we can do this safely and enjoyably in my vehicle which hasn’t been possible for the last year. I’ll be happy and look forward to introducing you to some of my favorite locations in this area.”
High Road to Taos
Abiquiu, Rio Chama Valley
Rio Grande & Gorge
Three-Day Photography Workshop
Five-Day Photography Workshop
You will experience the landscape, architecture, and culture of this enchanting environment that has been the inspiration for photographers and artists alike. I offer half-day, full-day, three-day, and longer tours available in Taos, Abiquiu, the Rio Grande Gorge, the High Road to Taos, the San Luis Valley, Colorado. Personal guided trips can be arranged to many other locations around the southwest United States. Click on the photo tour of your choice listed below for detailed descriptions, itineraries, and directions to sign up on photography trips. Call 505-501-4880 or send me a message to reserve a date that suits you for your own photo tour/workshop.
Transportation to and from your hotel to locations on the photography tour/workshop is included in the cost. The start and end times of the trip are determined when booking and vary depending on the time of year.
Pick up points for tours are at your Taos, NM hotel, B&B, VRBO, Airbnb, your local residence or a location in the Taos area that is convenient for you. Meeting points for locations outside of Taos can be arranged when reservations are made.
I recently spent two wonderful days photographing northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado with Geraint Smith. I am from New York and couldn’t have asked for a better guide to this area of the country. Previous to my trip to the Southwest, Geraint wanted to know what in particular I wanted to photograph as well as requesting that I send him a sampling of my work to better prepare for our time together. To say I was thrilled with his guidance would be an understatement. He was knowledgeable, flexible, friendly, and inspirational. The generosity he showed with his time and expertise convinced me he was very interested in helping me improve my eye for what was around me as well as the skill I needed to capture that with my camera. Additionally, Geraint was anxious and willing to share his insights into the history and geography of the country we were traveling through. I am hoping to be able to return to the area and spend more time with this exceptional person and photographer.
–Gerald Zaffuts – Connecticut
Photo Tour/Workshops in and around northern New Mexico, southern Colorado and beyond. Below are images of photographers taken on previous trips in some of the locations we visit.
Here’s my copy of “AAA Indian Country Map” marked up! The yellow splash in center marks the four corners of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. I have yet to update my map from trips made over the last couple of years. I’ve traveled these roads many times over. I’ve traveled many more roads out west not on this map. If you’re looking for a hands on guided experience to improve your photography, or simply want to visit locations to enhance your photography portfolio, join me on a photo trek. We’ll visit numerous, stunning locations and photograph areas surrounded by the most majestic landscape of the southwest USA. (click here to load larger image)