Canadian Wildlife and Nature Photography Workshops

I teach a very limited number of wildlife and nature photography workshops geared specifically towards beginner and intermediate wildlife photographers. Unlike my photo tours, where I'm there to get great photos just like you are, I concentrate my attention in my workshops on you. They are designed to give you as much photo instruction as you desire and to make you a better photographer. However, the workshops are also intended to get you into some great situations with a variety of wildlife and landscapes in the hopes that you'll not only learn a lot, but also come away from them with some phenomenal images.

I'm excited to once again offer two Jasper wildlife photography workshops in 2020, back-to-back in late October and early November. Note that due to Covid concerns, these workshops will be limited to a maximum of 3 participants.

2020 Jasper National Park Wildlife and Nature Photography Workshops

Trip Departure Point: Jasper, Alberta, Canada

Workshop I -- Dates: October 26-31, 2020 (3 spots remaining)
Trip Cost: $3895 Cdn + gst (includes accommodation, but not meals) ** Only three spots available on each workshop

Workshop II -- Dates: November 1-6, 2020 (3 spots remaining)
Trip Cost: $3895 Cdn + gst (includes accommodation, but not meals) ** Only three spots available on each workshop

Availability: Contact John to book now or Click for more information, including COVID-19 protocols, for the 2020 Jasper Wildlife Photography Workshops

Jasper Photography Workshop

Five days, five nights in the gorgeous Canadian Rockies photographing wildlife and spectacular scenery with professional wildlife and nature photographer John E. Marriott, author / photographer of the Canadian bestsellers, Wildlife of the Canadian Rockies: A Glimpse at Life on the Wild Side and Tall Tales, Long Lenses. This workshop takes place in one of Canada's finest wildlife photography locations, Jasper National Park -- boasting some of the world's largest bighorn sheep rams, an incomparable elk rut, a full range of wild predators, and spectacular mountain backdrops.

By mid to late autumn, most of the park's crowds are gone and as the days get shorter, the wildlife becomes more and more active in anticipation of winter. Workshop participants may get opportunities to photograph elk, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, mule deer, moose, coyotes, red fox, wolves, black bears, bald eagles, and more, in a variety of conditions. The primary focus of this workshop will be on enhancing your skills as a beginner or intermediate wildlife photographer while photographing wildlife throughout the park.

Your workshop leader, John E. Marriott, is a former Parks Canada naturalist, wildlife viewing guide, and hiking guide. He is now considered to be one of Canada's premier wildlife and nature photographers and was the contributing editor for wildlife photography for Outdoor Photography Canada magazine from 2011-17. John has been photographing in Jasper National Park since 1993 and is an expert on where and when to find the park's wildlife.

Click for more information, including COVID-19 protocols, for the 2020 Jasper Wildlife Photography Workshops