Workshop II: May 24-30, 2025

Workshop II: May 24-30, 2025

$4,495.00

Your Pros: Tim Baca and Nick Selway

Host City: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Arrival Date: May 23, 2025
Departure Date: 
May 31, 2025

Travel: Plan to arrive in Oklahoma City by 6:00 pm on May 23rd and depart after 3:00 pm on May 31st.

Cost: $4495 including a $750 non refundable deposit. When you complete the checkout process, you will be given the option to either pay the full amount or reserve via deposit. If you pay the deposit, the remaining amount will be charged 60 days prior to the trip to the credit card we have on file. All standard Terms and Conditions apply.

Need special payment arrangements? Contact us.  

Pricing and Payment Terms

Payment Terms:

A $750 non-refundable deposit will reserve your spot. Total balance is due 60 days before your workshop. All of our standard Terms and Conditions apply.

Price Includes:

Transportation and single-occupancy lodging during the 7-day workshop, 2:1 client to instructor ratio, and personalized Zoom image review with workshop leaders.

Price Does NOT Include:

Lodging the night before your arrival and departure, transportation to and from Oklahoma City, meals, beverages, and snacks.

Workshop Highlights

Join the Extreme Photo Workshops team during a historically active week for severe weather as we hunt sculpted supercells, tornadoes, and brilliant displays of lightning across Tornado Alley.

Our seasoned workshop pros will teach you the basics of reading meteorlogical models, following radar, and safely positioning yourself to document severe weather.

Learn how to master the extreme dynamic range demanded by storm photography, and create compositionally complete images, in a small group setting taught by award-winning instructors.

Receive image reviews and post-processing instruction after the workshop.

Lodging and Accommodations

Travel is in a roomy eight-person SUV with no more than six people in the vehicle throughout the duration of the workshop.

We book lodging at mid-range hotels determined by Hotels.com ratings of an 8.0 or higher. Due to the unpredictable nature of chasing, we may end our night in rural towns with limited hotel options or may need to travel farther to find a hotel if there are no rooms available at our end-of-day location.

Recommended Personal and Camera Gear

Sturdy tripod and ballhead

Digital SLR or mirrorless camera body

Wide angle zoom lens (16-35mm on full frame, 10-22mm on crop sensor)

Mid-range zoom lens in the range of 70-200mm or 24-105mm

Lightning trigger: Tim recommends the Lightning Trigger IV. Purchase early as the lead time is 2-3 months. Also order extra cables.

Extra batteries for your camera and lightning trigger

Extra memory cards

A lens blower and micro-fiber cloth for cleaning

Backpack or case for your gear

Lens hoods to help keep droplets off your lens

Laptop if you wish to backup or edit your photos

Sturdy footwear, hiking socks, and long pants (bring warmups to throw on over shorts)

A rain jacket and warmer layers since it can get cold when storms roll in

Headlamp for when we are out at night

Sunscreen, sunglasses, sun hat

Water bottle

Headphones, books, and other items for entertainment on the road

Travel and Flights

Book flights to arrive and depart from Will Rogers Airport (OKC) in Oklahoma City. We encourage arriving by 6:00 pm the night before your workshop (in case of an early wake-up call on your first day) and booking departing flights after 3:00 pm on your departure date (in case we arrive back to Oklahoma City at a late hour on your last day).