Wildlife Photography Workshops with Kevin Pepper Photography

Why You should travel with Kevin Pepper Photography

I have been running these photo workshops for many years. I know where we need to be, and at what time of day we need to be there to maximize the light and get you the shots that you expect from these locations.

I also will make sure you are prepared with the right equipment before you leave home. My pre workshop briefings will ensure that you have packed the right clothes, you've got the gear you need and you know where we are going to be photographing during each day of your photography vacation with me. 

All the logistics will be handled, all you have to do is show up, shoot and have fun on vacation. 

Testimonial From A Previous Attendee

"There's no way to really repay you for what you taught us."

"I'm hoping to meet again. I owe you a breakfast! There's no way to really repay you for what you taught us. If I thanked you a million times, it still wouldn't cut it. The best I can do is pass along that knowledge to my photographer friends who will be extremely jealous after I show them the pictures! It wasn't just about the pictures and you made us all feel like we were your friend. It was pretty special.

-Nick D, - Grizzly Bears 2017

Wildlife Photographs from Previous Trips

 
 

2018 Wildlife Workshops 


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Clowns of the Sea - Puffins! Breaching Humpbacks! Stunning Icebergs!

Dates: July 29, 2018 to August 4, 2018

Availability: SOLD OUT

Newfoundland is an astonishingly wild and beautiful island in the North Atlantic. Newfoundland provides the nature and wildlife photographer a great trifecta of targets: birds, whales, and icebergs!

Newfoundland (new-fund-land) is a nature photographers dream. There are 35 million shorebirds (140 times the human population) and 22 species of whales including the largest population of Humpback Whales in the world to keep your camera clicking. The last of Newfoundlands photography trifecta is the icebergs. Newfoundland’s Iceberg Alley is the best place on earth to photograph the beautiful 10,000-year-old ice.

 
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2018 Caribou Migration Photo Workshop in Canada

Dates: September 5 to September 12, 2018

Availability: SOLD OUT

Join me to photograph one of the largest Caribou migrations in North America, the 250,000 strong Quamirjuaq caribou herd. For thousands of years this herd has migrated across the Barrens west of Hudson Bay. From late August onwards, throughout the autumn, the caribou are spread out over the tundra of south western Nunavut in one of the most remote places in the world that very few get to visit each year.  Together we will experience the reward of autumn colours of the tundra – crimson reds, vibrant yellows and shimmering oranges as a backdrop to caribou with full racks that can, at times, walk within meters of you.

I will be leading this workshop for Muench Workshops. If you click on the "Learn More" button you will be redirected to the workshop page on the Muench website for all the details. 

 
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2018 Antarctic Expedition

Dates: December 2–13, 2018

Availability: Only 5 spots left on our boat 

Tour Leaders: Andy WilliamsMarc Muench, David Rosenthal, Randy Hanna, Juan PonsSkarpi Thrainsson, Will Burrard-LucasKevin Pepper, Lisa LaPointe, James Robertson, Abigail Church, and our team of 5 Expedition Leaders & Naturalists

Join Muench Workshops on one of the best ships that ply the Antarctic waters, the 88-passenger ice-strengthened Ushuaia. We've assembled an amazing team of pro photographers, expedition leaders and naturalists to provide photography instruction, information, and guidance throughout the expedition. 

We own the boat, so this expedition will be set up to maximize photographic opportunities with as many shore landings as possible. 

I will be leading this workshop for Muench Workshops. If you click on the "Learn More" button you will be redirected to the workshop page on the Muench website for all the details. 


2019 Wildlife Workshops


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2019 British Columbia "Birds Galore" Workshop

Dates: January 6, 2019 to January 11, 2019

Availability: Two spots remain available

This photo workshop is centered on the largest bald eagle migration in North America. Between 2000 to 8000 bald eagles find their way to this area beginning in late October to feed on the spawning salmon. They then stay in the area until later in the winter months to have their young before returning to their summer area in Northern BC and the Yukon.

But there are other bird species we will see as well... owls, song birds, geese and ducks

 
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2019 Tanzania Photo Safari for the Wildebeest Migration and their Predators

Dates: March 28, 2019 - April 5, 2019

Availability: SOLD OUT - but i just announced a second week. See that trip below. 

Do you have a passion for wildlife and landscape photography? Would you like to visit a location that has the best of both?

Tanzania is that location. Lions, Leopards, Cheetah, Wildebeest, Zebra, Giraffe, Hippos, elephants, and an abundance of bird life... all serving as the species you will photograph amidst a backdrop of endless plains, rock out croppings and beautiful Acacia trees. 

I can personally attest that the animals, while compelling to photograph, are merely just a component to what is arguably one of the most photogenic locations I have ever visited in my guiding career. Nowhere on earth can you find all these apex predators that follow the worlds largest land migration. It has been happening before man has inhabited earth... the Wildebeest Migration.

 
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2019 Tanzania Photo Safari for the Wildebeest Migration and their Predators

Dates: April 5, 2019 to April 14, 2019

Availability: 3 spots remain

Do you have a passion for wildlife and landscape photography? Would you like to visit a location that has the best of both?

Tanzania is that location. Lions, Leopards, Cheetah, Wildebeest, Zebra, Giraffe, Hippos, elephants, and an abundance of bird life... all serving as the species you will photograph amidst a backdrop of endless plains, rock out croppings and beautiful Acacia trees. 

I can personally attest that the animals, while compelling to photograph, are merely just a component to what is arguably one of the most photogenic locations I have ever visited in my guiding career. Nowhere on earth can you find all these apex predators that follow the worlds largest land migration. It has been happening before man has inhabited earth... the Wildebeest Migration.

 
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2019 Grizzly Bear Photo Workshop

Dates: August 17th to 24th, 2019

Availability: Just Announced

Join me on this ultimate 8 day grizzly bear adventure that is perfect for any wildlife and nature enthusiast! Our destination is a remote bear camp which is only accessible by helicopter, deep inside the British Columbia wilderness—followed by a two more days of image editing, instruction, hopefully northern lights, and relaxation.

A total of eight of us have been granted exclusive use of our bear camp where you will photograph amazing bear activity that includes fishing on the spawning salmon, bears swimming in the pools and playing along the banks. If we get lucky, we will also get to spot a timber wolf pack that calls this area home.

I will be leading this workshop for Muench Workshops. If you click on the "Learn More" button you will be redirected to the workshop page on the Muench website for all the details. 

 
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2019 Caribou Migration Photo Workshop in Canada

Dates: September 11, 2019 to September 18, 2019

Availability: Just Announced

Join me to photograph one of the largest Caribou migrations in North America, the 250,000 strong Quamirjuaq caribou herd. For thousands of years this herd has migrated across the Barrens west of Hudson Bay. From late August onwards, throughout the autumn, the caribou are spread out over the tundra of south western Nunavut in one of the most remote places in the world that very few get to visit each year.  Together we will experience the reward of autumn colours of the tundra – crimson reds, vibrant yellows and shimmering oranges as a backdrop to caribou with full racks that can, at times, walk within meters of you.

I will be leading this workshop for Muench Workshops. If you click on the "Learn More" button you will be redirected to the workshop page on the Muench website for all the details.

 

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