COVID continues to affect travel for many and as a result of the ongoing pandemic, I now have two places available on my Finland Winter Wildlife workshop this coming February 2022.
This unique workshop is dedicated to photographing the magnificent Wolves and Golden Eagles of Northern Finland, in a beautiful white Winter setting. After highly successful on-site location testing I am very excited to offer you the opportunity to get up close and personal with these magnificent predators. On this workshop you will have EXCLUSIVE LAND ACCESS, which means it’s only us and the wildlife, no other photographers or visitors permitted.
We will be photographing in Winter conditions: We can expect everything from overcast days to clear skies, snow, and even blizzards. This variety of weather, landscape, and lighting conditions will provide you with the opportunity to create a diverse, creative and professional portfolio of these predators.
During this workshop, we will likely also encounter and photograph White- Tailed Eagles, Golden Eagles, and other northern species that have been known to frequent this area. We will adapt to optimize photographic opportunities as they present themselves. There are also outstanding landscape opportunities around the frozen lakes and Taiga forest.
We will be photographing almost exclusively from hides as these animals are extremely shy and very elusive. Each hide is equipped with everything you need to spend hours (even overnight) out in the field. We will have a number of different hides from which to choose, with various viewing angles.
If you are excited by the idea of travelling to the far north of Finland with a small group of dedicated photographers to photograph some of the least photographed species in Scandanavia now is the time to secure one of the last places. Full details are available on my website, including a PDF with detailed information about the workshop.
Please drop me an email to register or if you have any questions about the workshop.