Death Valley

Sand Dunes, Desert Mountain Landscapes, Salt Pan, and More

March 7 – 12, 2024

Death Valley National Park features North America’s lowest, driest, and hottest locations and is surrounded by mountains that rise to over 11,000 feet. Covering about 3,000 square miles, it’s larger than Yellowstone, yet most photography workshops barely scratch the surface of what this park has to offer.

This workshop is a unique opportunity to visit and photograph the best of Death Valley in the best light. We will be based out of a hotel that provides access to some of the best places in the park, like the Mesquite dunes, Zabriskie Point and Golden Canyon, the salt polygons of Badwater Basin, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, and more. We’ll venture down to Ibex Dunes, the impressive dune formation at the southern end of the park, which is far less crowded due to its remoteness.

We’ll have our signature image reviews and post-processing lessons in a large private room—but we won’t stop shooting! We’ll be focusing on composition, and we’ll take advantage of our time in the classroom and the field to teach composition from pre-visualization to capture and, finally, post-processing the image.

Muench Workshops is an Authorized Permittee of the National Park Service.

California, USA
Mar 7, 2024 – Mar 12, 2024
Activity Level
Moderate – You must be able to hike up to two miles over uneven ground or sand dunes with moderate elevation gain.
Your Pros
Joseph Roybal, Talor Stone
Group Size
Open for Registration
Limited to 8 Guests