Travel with The Arctic Arts Project to the Arctic and other vulnerable places to experience the awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur of some of the world’s most vulnerable and stunning landscapes. We offer the opportunity to see for yourself the places we find evidence of the science of changing climate. Join us to learn more about the science behind these changes and to learn from the pros to document these precious landscapes.
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WINTER IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES January 18- January 25, 2023
A PREMIER PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP AND ADVENTURE TOUR
Join us in the Canadian Rockies to photograph methane bubbles captured within the ice of lakes and the stunning landscapes created by the numerous glaciers found in these mountains. Hone your skills in photographing methane bubbles, mountains, glaciers and more. Learn techniques in post processing from master photographers to get the most from your images.
Led by Arctic Arts photographers Kerry Koepping and Andrea Sparrow and internationally celebrated photographers Edwin Martinez and Noel Casaje, the Bubble Tour gives you access to a wealth of photographic knowledge and an understanding of how climate is affecting the Canadian Rockies.
The tour runs from January 18 to January 25, 2023.
Included: Transportation during tour proper, Guides and Workshops, Climate Seminar, Hotel Accommodations (twin sharing).
Not Included: Food, Airfare to and from Calgary is the responsibility of the participant.