Boulder Creek Canyoneering Workshop
Challenge yourself both physically and photographically on this North Idaho flavored slot canyon adventure!
Saturday, July 6th, 2019
Mention canyoneering and slot canyons to virtually anyone, and the canyons of the Southwest United States usually come to mind. North Idaho is definitely not known for that type of canyon but that does not mean they aren't here. Littered throughout the vast amount of rugged back country of this area are small, low volume creeks that have carved deep slot canyons through the bed rock over millennia. But instead of being made of sandstone and devoid of any vegetation, these canyons are made of sculpted and layered rock, lined with thick layers of moss and hanging ferns, with crystal clear glacial colored water flowing through the narrow passageways.
This is your opportunity to take on the unique challenge involved in capturing the beauty of one of the most remote spots in North Idaho.
Take your photography to the next level
This workshop is your chance to capture stunning images that you can be truly proud of while getting one-on-one instruction and guidance from professional outdoor photographer Chris Celentano. Hike, swim, and scramble your way up into this stunning canyon and learn how to adapt and shoot in challenging conditions. This one-of-a-kind workshop presents a unique set of challenges both physically and photographically; not only in simply getting to the ideal spot to shoot, but also the photography itself. Learn to overcome these challenges and walk away with stunning images that have one heck of a story behind them.
Not only will we be covering landscape and nature photography, we will also be covering Outdoor Adventure photography. This is your chance to learn how to make your audience feel like they are apart of the action through your photos.
The Nitty Gritty
Where, When, How
Skill Level- Beginner, Novice, Semi-pro
Physical Fitness- Difficult- this workshop requires attendees to walk, scramble, wade, and swim upstream into this stunning slot canyon to capture stunning images. (the swim is very short- 75 feet max distance)
Duration- Roughly 12 hours
When- Meet at the Big5 parking lot at 8:30AM, Saturday July 6th in Coeur d'Alene to arrange carpool.
What To Bring- Your DSLR or mirrorless camera, a tripod, CPL and ND filters(if you have them), a dry bag to hold your gear, water, lunch and snacks, some sort of base layer or light insulating layer to wear during the hike through cold water, dry clothes to change into upon completion,and an eagerness to learn!
***A backpack-style drybag is ideal but one that can be slung over the shoulder will certainly work.***
***Participants are 100% responsible for the care and protection of their equipement and persons. In no way can CDC Photography, Chris Celentano, or anyone directly related to him be held responsible for damages or injury to gear or persons. ***
Investment: $75.00 Per Person- Only 10 Spaces Available