Travel photography workshop announced

Learn how to turn your holiday snaps into something more professional at a multi-day photo workshop this summer at Island Lake Lodge.

Learn how to turn your holiday snaps into something more professional at a multi-day photo workshop this summer at Island Lake Lodge.

The premier backcountry lodge and catski operation has partnered with two of Canada’s most esteemed outdoor photographers, Darwin Wiggett and his partner Samantha Chrysanthou, for a multi-day photo workshop.

The Destination Travel Photography Workshop will teach aspiring photographers all they need to know in order to become great travel photographers. The four-day seminar will take place June 25 to 28 and includes all meals and accommodation. “We are super excited to hold this new workshop in the stunning setting of the Lizard Range at Island Lake Lodge” said Darwin.

Island Lake Lodge is located on 7,000 acres of private wilderness in the Lizard

Range of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, 10 km from Fernie. Though best

known for catskiing in the winter, Island Lake is a stunning summer destination

and has been called “one of the most unique and authentic places to stay in

Canada” by National Geographic Traveler.

For further information contact Mike McPhee, Director of Sales and Marketing, at 250-423-3700 ext 3002 or visit www.islandlakelodge.com

 

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