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    Anyone know any one / company that runs Yosemite photo tours that can accommodate specific dates?
     
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    Google shows a few companies that do photo tours.

    Depending on what you have in mind a photo tour may not be necessary, Yosemite is quite easy to get around and even the tours that they have onsite take you to a lot of the classic spots.
     
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    Thanks I went to google first of all. They seem to be really good but run only once or twice a year and not for specific dates. I am now looking at your second suggestion of just scoping out my own "tour". When I asked the question in the OP I wasn't sure how Yosemite "worked". I shall be investing more time into this via google research.
     
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    Seconded on easy to navigate. Lots of signs pointing you to the classic locations, and when I went (2006) - pretty much anywhere we stopped the car you could just get out and get amazing images. Take lots of cards though!
     
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    thanks are there really that many "sights" that would fill up a card in a day (plan on taking the editing machine too)
     
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    There were when I went :) Also, it's not somewhere I can "pop back and reshoot" so I went overboard. I did a road trip from LA up to Seattle and the most "keepers" from the trip are all Yosemite. I did highway 1, San Fransisco, the Oregon redwoods, the Grand Canyon (+Hoover Dam), Joshua Tree, LA & California coast. Nothing ate my cards like Yosemite - and the prices in the tourist shops there were scary. This was 2006 though with my 350D shooting jpeg and the files sizes and memory card were a lot different.

    However if you're there for a couple of weeks, and have your laptop to download the cards every night that's a different matter. I was travelling light and most evenings were spent sleeping because there was a lot of driving to do.
     
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