View Algonquin park through a new lens on this guided canoe trip and photography workshop.
Join Trip Shed and Algonquin focused photographer, Jon Babulic, on this 3-day wilderness photography workshop. We’ll be travelling through the Barron Canyon, along a route that allows for plenty of time to slow down, take in your surroundings, and capture those moments that take your breath away. In one of the most scenic parts of the park, this trip will up your photography game, leaving you ready to get out and explore (and bring home breathtaking memories).
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Algonquin Provincial Park
You know that old saying, take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints? This trip is all about it.
Join Trip Shed and Algonquin focused photographer, Jon Babulic, on this 3-day wilderness photography workshop. We’ll be travelling along a route that allows for plenty of time to slow down, take in your surroundings, and capture those moments that take your breath away.
A little about Jon Babulic:
As a child, the landscapes and wilderness of Northern Ontario were my playground. Camping, canoeing and fishing were my pastimes. In recent years, photography has brought me back to my roots: nature, wildlife and landscapes. I find my inspiration by blending in and becoming part of the natural world around me. Often heavily edited, yet fully photographic; my photographs maximize the use of light, colour, contrast and texture. Each image attempts to encourage the viewer to share my experience with nature without intruding into it. My camera and computer allow me to produce works which are aesthetically pleasing, thought provoking and sometimes magical.
My images describe the world that I live in; not always as it is but how I see it.They encourage the viewer to share my experience and explore, interact and connect with the natural world without intruding into it. I find my inspiration by in nature by blending in and becoming part of it. Each image attempts to capture meaningful and thought provoking scenes which may or may not be part of a larger story.
*Note that Algonquin Park limits the number of campers on their backcountry sites to 9 people. This typically results in our trips have 7-8 spots open for guests while accounting for 1-2 guides.
What You Can Expect
- A backcountry canoeing experience for photographers of all levels
- A chance to see and capture the stunning colours of Algonquin Park
- Night sky photography (weather permitting)
- Wildlife opportunities with plenty of time to capture photos of them
- Macro Photography
- Learn to take take tack sharp photographs from a canoe
- All tripping gear,
- Canoes, paddles & PFDs
- Park permits
Fresh & healthy home cooked meals
- Licensed guide
Whats Not Included
- Transportation to and from the park
- Cameras & Equipment
- Parking permits if you'll be driving yourself up. You can purchase those here.
Personal toiletries & clothing
- Guide Tips