North of 49 Photography

Event Calendar

The Best of Nova Scotia 2018
Jun
16
to Jun 23

The Best of Nova Scotia 2018

  • St.John's, Nova Scotia Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

With more lighthouses per square mile of any coastline in North America, the lighthouse route in Nova Scotia offers the photographer an abundance of lighthouses and small east coast fishing villages to capture. From the famous harbor front in Halifax, to Peggy's Cove, and Lunenburg and the whales, the photo ops are iconic.

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Southern Newfoundland 2018 (Workshop #1)
Jul
7
to Jul 13

Southern Newfoundland 2018 (Workshop #1)

  • St.Johns, Newfoundland Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us on a trip of a lifetime to Newfoundland, a stunning world of its own. Visit Cape Spear Lighthouse, the most Eastern point of Canada, as the first bursts of morning light hit North American soil. For this workshop we will be focusing much of our time on the Southeastern shores of the island. Voyage through Witless Bay Ecological Reserve and Trinity on the look out for whales, puffins, migratory seabirds and much more.

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Southern Newfoundland 2018 (Workshop #2)
Jul
14
to Jul 20

Southern Newfoundland 2018 (Workshop #2)

  • St.Johns, Newfoundland Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us on a trip of a lifetime to Newfoundland, a stunning world of its own. Visit Cape Spear Lighthouse, the most Eastern point of Canada, as the first bursts of morning light hit North American soil. For this workshop we will be focusing much of our time on the Southeastern shores of the island. Voyage through Witless Bay Ecological Reserve and Trinity on the look out for whales, puffins, migratory seabirds and much more.

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B.C. Whales & Bears 2018
Jul
21
to Jul 27

B.C. Whales & Bears 2018

This workshop is designed to give you the opportunity to photograph all the diversity that the Pacific Northwest of Canada has to offer. From Black Bear to Grizzly Bear, transient and resident Orca, and migratory Whales, we will put you in the right place to capture all this magnificent wildlife. You will also be photographing golden hour landscapes along the seaside and traveling into some of the tallest rain forests within British Columbia.

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Grizzly & Black Bears 2018
Jul
28
to Aug 2

Grizzly & Black Bears 2018

  • Port McNeill, British Columbia Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you ever dreamed of spending time with a grizzly bear mom and cubs, with a lush green backdrop? Or how about a black bear foraging along the shores at low tide. Add some whales to the mix and you have thousands of images to weed through once you get home. 

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Spirit Bears
Aug
18
to Aug 23

Spirit Bears

In August of 2011 National Geographic Magazine referred to British Columbia's Great Bear Rain forest as "The Wildest Place in North America". They were right, the Great Bear Rain forest of British Columbia is the largest piece of intact temperate rain forest left on the plant, and has the most sought after animals on the planet to photograph

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Wild Saskatchewan
Sep
8
to Sep 13

Wild Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan offers a true prairie experience. In the South, be prepared to see canola fields that go on for miles and miles. The simplicity of a huge field and big sky, can offer vibrant photos that captivate people with its minimalistic beauty. Moving to the North, is Prince Albert Park. Here the landscape changes to vast meadows with spruce and birch trees galore. Black Bears, Bison and many Deer are always common photograph targets in the park. As well, on a clear night you have one in three odds of being able to witness a Northern lights displays. Saskatchewan with all its rolling hills and plethora of roaming wildlife, offers a wonderful place to feel very small in the grand scheme of things.

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Southern Yukon 2018
Sep
15
to Sep 20

Southern Yukon 2018

  • whitehorse, yukon canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come join us in Southern Yukon, it is a gem with crested mountains, where glaciers meet clear blue lakes, and endless boreal forests sit in between. We will be constantly on the lookout for the magical Aurora Borealis at night. However, during the day there is much more in store. We will be visiting Kluane National Park, travelling through the "Serengeti of the North," taking a flight over the ice fields to view Mount Logan, and much more.

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 The Best of Yukon 2018
Sep
22
to Sep 29

The Best of Yukon 2018

  • Dawson City, Yukon Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This is the most complete trip anyone offers to the Yukon, as I would love my clients to see it all. This trip will fill your portfolio with images and moments that you will be sharing for a lifetime. From flying over glaciers, driving through mountain ranges, watching the aurora dance over the dark night sky and photographing the abundance of wildlife, this trip encompasses it all!

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Bald Eagle Migration 2018
Nov
24
to Nov 28

Bald Eagle Migration 2018

This photo tour is centered on the largest bald eagle migration in North America. Between 2000 to 5000 bald eagles find their way to this area beginning in October to feed on the spawning salmon. They then stay in the area until later in the winter months to have their young before returning to summer in Northern BC and the Yukon.

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The Best of Nova Scotia 2019
Jun
15
to Jun 22

The Best of Nova Scotia 2019

  • St. Johns, Nova Scotia Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

With more lighthouses per square mile of any coastline in North America, the lighthouse route in Nova Scotia offers the photographer an abundance of lighthouses and small east coast fishing villages to capture. From the famous harbor front in Halifax, to Peggy's Cove, and Lunenburg and the whales, the photo ops are iconic.

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Southern Newfoundland 2019 (Workshop #1)
Jul
13
to Jul 19

Southern Newfoundland 2019 (Workshop #1)

  • St.Johns, Newfoundland Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us on a trip of a lifetime to Newfoundland, a stunning world of its own. Visit Cape Spear Lighthouse, the most Eastern point of Canada, as the first bursts of morning light hit North American soil. For this workshop we will be focusing much of our time on the Southeastern shores of the island. Voyage through Witless Bay Ecological Reserve and Trinity on the look out for whales, puffins, migratory seabirds and much more.

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Southern Newfoundland 2019 (Workshop #2)
Jul
20
to Jul 26

Southern Newfoundland 2019 (Workshop #2)

  • St.Johns, Newfoundland Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us on a trip of a lifetime to Newfoundland, a stunning world of its own. Visit Cape Spear Lighthouse, the most Eastern point of Canada, as the first bursts of morning light hit North American soil. For this workshop we will be focusing much of our time on the Southeastern shores of the island. Voyage through Witless Bay Ecological Reserve and Trinity on the look out for whales, puffins, migratory seabirds and much more.

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Grizzly & Black Bears 2019
Jul
28
to Aug 2

Grizzly & Black Bears 2019

  • Port McNeill, British Columbia Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you ever dreamed of spending time with a grizzly bear mom and cubs, with a lush green backdrop? Or how about a black bear foraging along the shores at low tide. Add some whales to the mix and you have thousands of images to weed through once you get home. 

View Event →
B.C. Whales & Bears 2019
Aug
3
to Aug 9

B.C. Whales & Bears 2019

This workshop is designed to give you the opportunity to photograph all the diversity that the Pacific Northwest of Canada has to offer. From Black Bear to Grizzly Bear, transient and resident Orca, and migratory Whales, we will put you in the right place to capture all this magnificent wildlife. You will also be photographing golden hour landscapes along the seaside and traveling into some of the tallest rain forests within British Columbia.

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Wild Saskatchewan 2019
Sep
7
to Sep 12

Wild Saskatchewan 2019

Saskatchewan offers a true prairie experience. In the South, be prepared to see canola fields that go on for miles and miles. The simplicity of a huge field and big sky, can offer vibrant photos that captivate people with its minimalistic beauty. Moving to the North, is Prince Albert Park. Here the landscape changes to vast meadows with spruce and birch trees galore. Black Bears, Bison and many Deer are always common photograph targets in the park. As well, on a clear night you have one in three odds of being able to witness a Northern lights displays. Saskatchewan with all its rolling hills and plethora of roaming wildlife, offers a wonderful place to feel very small in the grand scheme of things.

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Southern Yukon 2019
Sep
14
to Sep 19

Southern Yukon 2019

  • whitehorse, yukon canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Come join us in Southern Yukon, it is a gem with crested mountains, where glaciers meet clear blue lakes, and endless boreal forests sit in between. We will be constantly on the lookout for the magical Aurora Borealis at night. However, during the day there is much more in store. We will be visiting Kluane National Park, travelling through the "Serengeti of the North," taking a flight over the ice fields to view Mount Logan, and much more.

View Event →
The Best of Yukon 2019
Sep
21
to Sep 28

The Best of Yukon 2019

  • Dawson City, Yukon Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This is the most complete trip anyone offers to the Yukon, as I would love my clients to see it all. This trip will fill your portfolio with images and moments that you will be sharing for a lifetime. From flying over glaciers, driving through mountain ranges, watching the aurora dance over the dark night sky and photographing the abundance of wildlife, this trip encompasses it all!

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Bald Eagle Migration 2019
Nov
23
to Nov 28

Bald Eagle Migration 2019

This photo tour is centered on the largest bald eagle migration in North America. Between 2000 to 5000 bald eagles find their way to this area beginning in October to feed on the spawning salmon. They then stay in the area until later in the winter months to have their young before returning to summer in Northern BC and the Yukon.

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Bald Eagle Migration 2017 (Workshop #2)
Nov
25
to Nov 29

Bald Eagle Migration 2017 (Workshop #2)

This photo tour is centered on the largest bald eagle migration in North America. Between 2000 to 5000 bald eagles find their way to this area beginning in October to feed on the spawning salmon. They then stay in the area until later in the winter months to have their young before returning to summer in Northern BC and the Yukon.

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Bald Eagle Migration 2017 (Workshop #1)
Nov
20
to Nov 24

Bald Eagle Migration 2017 (Workshop #1)

This photo tour is centered on the largest bald eagle migration in North America. Between 2000 to 5000 bald eagles find their way to this area beginning in October to feed on the spawning salmon. They then stay in the area until later in the winter months to have their young before returning to summer in Northern BC and the Yukon.

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Southern Yukon Landscapes & Aurora
Sep
17
to Sep 21

Southern Yukon Landscapes & Aurora

  • Whitehorse, Yukon Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructors:  Chris Pepper 

Introduction:  Join me up near the aurora capitol of the world, Whitehorse... where the skies present the dancing lights, the landscapes are endless and Bison are known to create whats known as the Canadian Roadblock. We will center this trip around Whitehorse and daily head out into the countryside to capture the history and auroras, and one of Canada's post picturesque areas.

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Bears & Whales BC Workshop with David Miles
Jul
22
to Jul 29

Bears & Whales BC Workshop with David Miles

  • British Columbia Canada (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructors: David Miles and Chris Pepper

Introduction: This 7 day 6 night trip is designed to give you the opportunity to photograph all the diversity that the Pacific Northwest in Canada has to offer. From black bears to Grizzly Bear, transient and resident Orca, and migratory whales, we will put you in teh right place to capture all these magnificent wildlife. You will also be photographing golden hour landscapes along the seaside and traveling into some of the tallest rain forests in British Columbia.

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