Landscape Photowalk Capturing Fall Colors – Sept. 18, 2021

Sale price$30.00
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (MST)
Little Joe Loop


We had a lovely evening last Saturday as we set out to capture the beginnings of Fall colors up by Guardsman Pass, Utah. Not only did attendees get to try out a lens, but they learned great tips from Tamron Ambassador, Alyce Bender, on using the lens, capturing the scenery, and how to capture intentional movement. 


It’s that time of year again: Fall is right around the corner and the peaks and valleys of Utah are about to present their very best color. For anyone who enjoys nature photography, it is the best time of the year to get outside and create images and memories. Join us along the mountains of Utah to capture stunning fall colors!

Tamron ambassador and landscape photographer, Alyce Bender, will be there to make sure attendees get their best landscape images. Tamron will also be supplying loaner lenses for attendees to try out along with providing exclusive event pricing!

What to Bring

  • A camera (preferably with a wide-angle lens)
  • Memory card
  • Tripods are mandatory
  • Warm clothes to stay comfortable 
  • A passion for photography and a good attitude!

Parking will be available along the roadside next to the Little Joe Loop trailhead or at the Banzana Flat trailhead. Check-in will be at the start of Little Joe Loop trailhead where you will have the opportunity to check out a Tamron lens. We will then hike to capture the fall leaves and aspens trees just in time for the sunset at 7:30pm. 

Here is the link to the AllTrails Map. Attendees will have the option to stay around the Little Joe Loop which total distance of a mile, or to hike up to Lake Brimhall which is 3.4 miles. Please be on time and plan accordingly. 

Get to Know Alyce:

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Alyce Bender, a Tamron USA Ambassador, roams the globe, exploring Earth's natural beauty. Happiest in the field, Bender uses photography to connect people to wildlife and environments from across the world. She leads tours, publishes articles, and hosts workshops promoting exploration, creativity, and ethical nature photography. Her work has been recognized nationally and internationally.

Find more of her work on her website, Instagram, or Facebook page