For landscapes, a wide angle lens such as a 17-50mm or something similar combined with a digital 35mm camera. Some of you might use HDR while others, including me, still use a 3 to 4 stop split neutral density filter. A circular polarizer is also needed.
For wildlife, a lens ranging from 200 to 500mm will work fine. A good sturdy tripod is also important.
It is best to dress in layered clothing (temperatures range from a warm 20C to a chilly -3C) You will need hiking boots, long pants, warm jacket, and a rain coat.
Where To Stay
We stay very close to the park. More information will be provided as to what hotel to book once a deposit has been received.
The morning and evening that offers the best light is for photographing landscapes
The other morning, midday is set aside for wildlife photography.
Light breakfast of yogourt, fruit juice , water and granola bars.
Personalized instruction offered at all times.
Bottled water always on hand .
Lunch & Dinner
Due to Covid-19 participants will have to follow Michael in their own vehicle to the locations.
A provincial park vehicle permit is recommended.
A nonrefundable 50% deposit plus 13% HST is required to reserve your spot.
Contact Michael if you have any other questions or to check availability and request a booking.» click here for more information & pricing or to schedule a tour «