From the rugged seascapes and vibrant cultures of Newfoundland to the pristine wilderness and boreal forests of the Northwest Territories, the wild landscapes and tundra of the Yukon, and the breathtaking beauty of British Columbia, Canada is an ideal destination for photographers. The high latitudes of the Canadian Arctic are also some of the best places in the world to photograph the northern lights.

Canada is one of our home countries, and our guides love showing photographers Canada’s natural wonders. Our guides’ local knowledge will put you in the right place at the right time for outstanding photographs. They will help you improve your photography with camera settings, composition, and post-processing guidance.

Join us on a photography adventure in Canada!

Seabirds of Newfoundland

Join us in Newfoundland to photograph some of the most accessible Atlantic Puffin and Northern Gannet colonies in North America.

Newfoundland Seascapes and Lighthouses

Photograph Newfoundland, Canada’s easternmost province, with its dramatic coast, solitary lighthouses, quaint fishing villages, and more.

Canadian Arctic Northern Lights

Photograph the aurora borealis at one of Canada’s most reliable locations for northern lights with a photo instructor who has a wealth of night sky photography experience.

Snowy Owls

This amazing snowy owl photography workshop should be on every bird and nature photographers bucket list.

British Columbia Bald Eagles and Migratory Birds

Photograph North America’s largest concentration of Bald Eagles, plus many migratory birds on this photography workshop in British Columbia, Canada.

Fall Colors in Tombstone Territorial Park

Join us on a backcountry journey into some of Canada’s most photogenic fall-color alpine environments.