Canadian Rockies Photography Workshops and Tours 2017 and 2018

Mount assiniboine Provincial Park 4 dayS Photo workshop


Assiniboine Provincial Park in the heart of the Canadian Rockies is a back country treasure chest waiting to be opened. The conditions during the fall months are of unparalleled beauty. 

 

 

Tour date: September 24-27, 2017

Fall in the canadian rockies 8 dayS photo tour


With some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. This tour focuses on the Canadian Rockies incredible landscapes, waterfalls, marvellous canyons and colossal glaciers. 

 

 

Tour date: September 15-22, 2018

One on One on location photo-Tutorials


With competitive rates and extensive knowledge of the area, let us help you with your next photography outing. Whether it's a sunrise shoot or a personal tour there's nothing too big or too small.

 

 

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New Zealand Photography Tours April 2018

FALL IN THE SOUTHERN ALPS


New Zealand’s South Island is a landscape photographers dream. We've spent over a year in this far corner of our World and can't wait to take you to some of our favorite photography spots. 

Tour Date:

April 28th - 5th May, 2018



Meet Your Guides

Visit our portfolio websites: 

 

Martakuleszaphotography.com

Jackbolshaw.com

Marta Kulesza is the curator of the photography blog In A Faraway Land. Her award winning travel website has been featured in National Geographic, The Huffington Post, The Matador Network amongst many more. Her knowledge of photographic theory combined with her infectious bubbly positive attitude make her the perfect host, whatever the weather. 

 

Jack Bolshaw is a professional photographer from England. His love of mountainous landscapes is ever forthcoming in both his own work and his teaching. His knowledge of these areas in particular make him a great choice so you can completely relax whilst fully immersing yourself in your surroundings. 

 

Combined they become one superhuman mountain freak capable of summiting Everest in a single day from sea level. Although they really love what they do deep down both of them are just genuinely happy to help, easy to talk to, relatively normal down to Earth guides who want to show the rest of the world that life is so much more than skyscrapers and traffic jams. 



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