Canada’s easternmost province, Newfoundland, is known for rugged seascapes dotted with lighthouses, quaint fishing villages, icebergs, and abundant bird and sea life. Both landscape and wildlife photographers will find compelling subjects in Newfoundland.

For wildlife photographers, Newfoundland offers some of the best sea bird photography in the world, including large colonies of Atlantic Puffins and Northern Gannets. Summers also mean that the waters surrounding the island teem with humpback, sperm, minke, and pilot whales, along with numerous other marine mammals.

For the landscape photographer, the lighthouses and rocky coastlines, along with picturesque fishing villages, make for ideal compositions. Summer in Newfoundland also means frequent visits from icebergs drifting south from Greenland.

We’ve been leading photography workshops in Newfoundland for over a decade. Our guides will get you to the right place at the right time for memorable images. They’ll guide you on camera settings, suggest compositions, and help you post-process your images.

Join us for a photography adventure in Newfoundland!

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.