Photographic Locations Tour

About the Workshop

I have lived and photographed in the Hamilton area for several decades and know of many areas of photographic significance from the perspective of wildlife\bird photography.
The purpose of this workshop is to show photo enthusiasts locations in and about the Hamilton area that are of significance to the wildlife photographer. I will drive to several locations, stop briefly describe what to shoot and when to shoot then show you more locations. At some spots we walk a short distance. The object is to visit as many spots in 6 hours as possible. Knowing the locations and finding out when to shoot there from my Area Update emails  increases the odds of finding something of photographic significance. Many of the spots are simply pull overs beside the road, others are large and park like.

Areas of interest will be mainly in Flamborough and  Hamilton Harbor.

Do not  bring a long lens. You may take a wide angle image of the areas but we will not be spending time shooting. The purpose is to show not shoot! I recommend you bring a GPS to record the locations and paper to make notes.


Location to be announced. Start time 8:30AM sharp.

$80 per person 


  Saturday June 19, 2016


Transportation and safety:  You are responsible for your own transportation and safety. Please car pool if possible.

Cancellation policy:  No refunds will be available within 15 days of the scheduled date.

Postponements:  Rain or inclement weather may postpone the workshop though I often work in rain or snow.  I will fit you into a future date if need be.


Please mail payment and registration form to:

Ken Newcombe
16 Homestead Ave.
Dundas, Ontario
Canada  L9H5Y7

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