Macro Photography Day Workshop

August 12, 2017 in Lake Louise

Join me for macro photography workshop at treeline in Banff National Park at an amazing price!

Date:  Saturday, August 12, 2017

Start/Finish:  at the Lake Louise Overflow campground about 2 kms South of the Lake Louise exit off of the Trans Canada Highway.  The pin on the embedded google map shows exactly where we’ll meet.  I’ll available for questions too.  Just call me!

Time:  9:30am-5:30pm

Cost:  $195.00 + GST;  ILPA members will receive a $40 refund on their tickets. Please contact Brian after registering to receive your $40 refund.  Visit the ILPA website for ILPA membership details.

# of participants:  Max. 6

Transportation:  Shared vehicles. Please arrive at the Lake Louise Overflow campground at 9:15am to allow enough time to read and sign the waivers.  Then we’ll carpool to the field location where we’ll conduct the workshop.  Bring a trail lunch and water to have while we’re out there.  There is no surface water in the alpine where we’ll be photographing the flowers.

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Glacier Lilies in June. ©

Tour Description:


It’s no secret that Banff National Park is one of the most beautiful places in the world.  It’s presence on the UNESCO world heritage’s list for the environment, together with Jasper, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks, is not a coincidence.  The Canadian Rockies are one of the most beautiful places in the world.  I feel fortunate to have been calling them my home since 1996.

The Banff National Park Macro and Landscape Photography Day Tour:

Join me as I show you my home for the past 21 years at the Macro level!  I’ll use my intimate knowledge of the area gained through my 20 years of professional landscape photography experience in these mountains to take you to the best locations for macro and landscape photography at treeline on the day of the tour.  Banff is beautiful and the wildflowers blooming this time of year are amazing!





What to bring:

–  Camera bodies

–  tripod

–  large and small reflectors (42″ and a 12″ or 18″ diameter reflector)

–  flash

–  macro lens

–  teleconvertor/extender

–  an ultra wide zoom lens (for landscapes)

–  a mid range zoom lens

–  a medium telephoto lens (70-200mm in 35mm equivalent)

–  fully charged and spare battery(ies)

–  black umbrella to shade the subject or in case it rains

–  comfortable moderate hiking cloths

–  a waterproof groundsheet to sit/lie down on when composing photographs

–  polarizing filter

–  lenshood

–  tweezers (to clean away last year’s dead grass in the composition

And,… a healthy dose of WOW for the scenery!


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Note:  Brian is certified by the International Guide’s Association and he’s licensed and authorized by Parks Canada to conduct hiking photography tours in the National Parks.