Getting out in nature to photograph what we love can be very rewarding. Getting out photographing nature by canoe with others of similar interest can create memories and images that will last for a lifetime. Traveling by canoe can get you to places not many people have a chance to visit and this opens up new horizons for anyone willing for adventure. All of our expeditions are lead by professional photographer Jim Davis.
|Algonquin – Canoe Lake||June 15th – 17th||$535|
|Temagami – Wolf Lake||July 14th – 16th||$535|
|To Be Announced||August 10th – 12th||$535|
|To Be Announced||September 7th – 9th||$535|
|To Be Announced||September 28th – 30th||$535|
Visit our reservations page once you’ve selected your adventure, or if you have any questions.
*prices are in Canadian dollars, plus HST
Photos by Jim Davis Photography
Selected locations will deliver excellent photographic opportunities based on time of year, sunrise/sunset with time for relaxation between best light times, although we always prepared for the unexpected. Because we are out in the environment we will be shooting, your canoe and photo guides will always be on hand when you need us, there is no real time clock.
During a typical photo canoe trip we will get up before sunrise after a good night sleep to witness nature awaken and photograph this magical time. After best light we will return to camp for breakfast and plan our day. Mid-day will be used for travel from one location to the next or a time to explore area’s which offer abundant opportunities. As the day progresses we will prepare for sunset with selecting locations either pre-planned or based on input from the group.
During the trip we will discuss the foundation skills of subject, light and composition that lead to great photographs, which will address the needs of everyone from beginner to advanced skill level.
With an experienced canoe outfitter and photo guide that have spent a lifetime exploring nature we are here to help you excel beyond your dreams.
Camera Equipment List
- an extra battery or two for camera
- extra memory cards or backup device
- flashlight/headlamp for night shooting
- waterproof case or bag for electronics
- light gloves for cooler weather
- rain protection for your camera and yourself
- lens cloth
- polarized sunglasses help on the water
- senor cleaning kit (optional)
- tripods are not necessary but definitely recommended