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Muskoka's rugged landscape is home to some gorgeous waterfalls... many are easily accessible, while others are tucked away off the beaten path. Join professional photographer and Muskoka local, Helen E. Grose, for a day exploring 3 of the region’s gems.

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Date: Saturday, May 25, 2024

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Location: Meet at The Home Depot in Bracebridge - 20 Depot Drive

Workshop Cost: $375 +hst

Workshop fees are due in full at the time of registration and are non-refundable. Your space in the workshop is not reserved until your payment has been received.

This workshop is designed exclusively for the Clarington Photography Club. Preregistration is required.​​

**Please note: a minimum of 4 participants is required. Your date is not held until this minimum has been met.**

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Frequently Asked Questions

Photography Instruction: Waterfall photography is an art in itself. We will spend a few hours at each waterfall to give you plenty of time to practice different techniques and capture a variety of compositions. Helen will be on hand to provide guidance to those who need it - whether thats help finding the settings to freeze thundering water or create a silky soft blur, composition ideas and tips, or some back of camera critique. You are encouraged to ask questions throughout the day to help ensure you get the most from this opportunity. Also, be sure to tune in to Helens Zoom presentation to the club on April 3rd!

What's Not Included:

  • Transportation to/from Muskoka

  • Accommodations (find options here)

  • Photography Gear - it is strongly recommended you have a tripod for this workshop.

  • Items for your personal comfort, including meals, snacks, and hydration. I will provide you with a list of suggested gear and personal items you may wish to bring for your comfort. It's important to note that you'll learn with whatever photography gear you have... you don't need a "really good camera" or expensive lens. We'll work with what you have! Suggested items are just that - suggested to bring if you have them. Of course, I can't be held responsible for your growing gear wish-list after ;o)​​​

Will we be hiking?

Yes. All waterfalls require a short hike, with varying degrees of difficulty getting down to the falls. All adventures around waterfalls incur a level of risk. You must be sure-footed, and comfortable around fast-moving water, navigating steep slopes, and walking on uneven ground with your camera gear without assistance in order to participate in this adventure. You are responsible for your own safety, and will be required to sign a waiver. There are no "washroom facilities", so please be prepared (mentally & physically) to go "al fresco" and use a tree -- and pack out all garbage, including used toilet paper. 

Please note: all participants are required to sign a release, indemnity & non-disclosure agreement. Participants will not disclose, or take others to, the locations we visit, nor may they offer lessons, workshops, tours, or similar activities in the area. Participants may not engage in behaviour that disturbs or harasses wildlife, such as baiting, luring, or flushing. Any such behaviour will result in the lesson ending immediately, with no refund. Part of nature and wildlife photography means respecting our subjects, and the environment in which they live.

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