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Denali Photo Tours

The Alaska Range provides some of the most spectacular and inspiring scenery on earth. On your trip to Denali, discover how to use your camera as an instrument while exploring the best of the Parks and Denali Highways. With group sizes limited to 4 participants per trip you will enjoy the luxury of being able to locate, stop, compose, and capture your photo at a pace comfortable for you. 

Terry and his team of selected local guides will provide individualized instruction on-site as desired. If you are using your camera in "Auto" or "Scene" modes, you need to take this tour. Learn how to get the best images possible through proper exposure and white balance techniques on any DSLR or pocket camera. Great opportunities for seeing wildlife and "The Mountain" Denali are possible (weather permitting).  Tour duration is approximately 3 hours and all tours include round trip transportation to and from area hotels.  Trips start at 7:15 am, 1:45 pm, and 6:00 pm. Ask about custom tours and pricing.

Call (907) 768-2200 or email info@tboydphoto.com

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About Us

Terry Boyd, Owner

I grew up in Arkansas and spent my younger years mountain biking and fishing for smallmouth bass as if my life depended on it. But, in my early 20s, I decided that I might not become a professional smallmouth bass fisherman and was getting burned out on racing mountain bikes so, I walked into a pawn shop and bought a used 35mm camera.  I knew absolutely nothing about photography and had never even touched a 35mm camera before.  All we ever had around our home growing up was an old Polaroid.  The first time I photographed a sunset from a bluff over the Arkansas River, I knew this was the path for me.  Since then, I have dedicated my life to the light, doing my best to be in the right place at the right time and make the most out of whatever light I am given.  I first traveled to Alaska in 2003 and have returned every summer since then working in a variety of positions until I started offering photography tours in 2010.  I am truly living my dream and it is my goal to give you the best experience possible during your visit to one of the most captivating places on Earth.

Mollie Foster, Guide

I came to Alaska in 2009 for a photography job for a summer. One summer in Denali spiraled into the next, and summers spun into winters, and before I knew it, I became a year-round Alaskan. My work experience in this wild landscape includes: directing and guiding week-long educational programs, guiding small-group photography courses, photographing river rafting adventures, and writing/photographing stories for a range of media outlets across Alaska. I spend most of my time exploring Alaska by human power—biking, hiking, skiing and packrafting—always with a camera in hand to document experiences along the journey. Everyday I feel lucky to witness this untamed frontier, and love learning about its natural history, culture, and impacts on the future. Alaska's wild landscape has a way of grabbing you in a way few other places do, and I look forward to sharing those elements that make this environment so captivating.  

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Eva Capozzola, Guide

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The camera is a powerful tool for me to interpret and understand the world around me. Throughout my life, I have been a moth to flame. Endlessly curious about humanity, I am intrigued and inspired by the resilience of the human spirit and how we deal with challenge. This curiosity and empathy has brought me to difficult and heartbreakingly beautiful places around the world, pushing me to find my limits and break through them.  In 2014, I returned to the USA after living and working in South and Southeast Asia since 2006 for International Human Rights and Food Security. I have been humbled by the power and beauty of nature and am deeply inspired by outdoor adventure… skiing, climbing… and the people who dig to their depths and keep exploring. To be a photographer is to bear witness. My goal is to create images that explore the dynamism and complexity of the human experience that is full of challenge, struggle, courage, joy, and beauty – whether that is in a remote corner of the developing world or ski touring in the backcountry.


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