updated on: April 25, 2017
Want to shoot like a Pro?
Take a spring or summer workshop with Ontario's best photographers
Learn their secrets of taking awesome wildlife, landscape and nightscape shots.
"A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed." - Ansel Adams
It's time to rekindle your enthusiasm and passion for outdoor photography. You'll be inspired, surprised, amazed and wowed at these nature and landscape photography workshops offered by some of Ontario’s best professional photographers.
GEORGIAN BAY; STAR AND NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY; THE WILDS OF TEMAGAMI AND TOBERMORY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS WITH OUTDOOR PHOTO JOURNEY
Various dates in April, May, June, July, August and September, 2017
These weekend getaways are the perfect balance of photography and adventure. Choose from a variety of easily accessible workshops thoughout Ontario. Find out more.
Superior Woods and Water with James Smedley
June 1 to 4, 2017
Spring is a magical time when Lake Superior tributaries roar clear and strong and forests are lush and green. Coastal hiking trails, long sand beaches and waterfalls provide a magical setting for stunning photography. Stay in the comfort of Rock Island Lodge, where the mouth of the Michipicoten River merges with Lake Superior. Find out more.
Algonquin Moose Photography Safari with Rob Stimpson AND VOYAGEUR QUEST
June 2 to 5, 2017
Wake up with the sun, canoe through the mist and enjoy magical mornings photographing the famed wildlife of Algonquin Park with this Voyageur Quest adventure. Learn about wildlife photography and enjoy comfortable camping. Find out more.
Wildlife Photography with Robin Tapley - AlGonquin Wildlife Research Centre
These programs have been specifically designed to introduce and expand your knowledge of wildlife photography while learning about animal's biology, ecology and behaviour. Find out more.
Perseid Meteor Shower Star Party in Algonquin Park with Cowboy with a Camera
August 11 to 13, 2017
Learn about astrophotography (photographing the night sky/stars) and discuss meteor showers, the Milky Way, northern lights and more. Location is at the Algonquin Radio Observatory. Find out more.