Algonquin Park Landscape & Wildlife Photography Workshopsps

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1491 Algonquin Sunset

Equipment Requirements
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.

Clothing Recommendations

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 Itinerary Includes:

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 .

Not included:
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.

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