• Maple Ridge Nature Photography
     September 23, 2023
     8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Event Phone: 604-217-6988

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Maple Ridge Landscape Photography

A Field Photography Workshop

Maple Ridge Dyke, aka Jerry Sulina Park, provides one of the best spots to exercise Landscape Photography. It has many attractions to photograph.

This four-hour workshop teaches you to spot a location, set up your camera, and capture fabulous images.

Your instructors, Ted Karlsalr and Brett Michaud teach you unique skills and tips to capture the best pictures and be proud of your achievements.


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Landscape Photography Techniques

Brett and Ted share their expertise in Landscape photography to show you how to locate a place, find the best focal view, set your camera correctly, and much more!

This course also covers how to take photos of birds and wildlife.

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Course suitable for:

Maple Ridge Nature Photography Workshop is an intensive and fun landscape workshop for intermediate to advanced users.

Participants should bring a DSLR or Mirrorless camera and a tripod. ND and Polarizing filters are recommended.

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Venue Phone: 6042176988

Venue Website:

3080 Trans Canada Trail, Corner of 132nd Avenue and 210th Street, Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada, V4R 2R9



Maple Ridge Dyke aka Jerry Sulina Dog Park

The park is a nice one for many reasons. Although small itself, the park is connected with the entire region via the Trans-Canada Trail. You can walk or cycle along the dyke in a northwest direction, and within a few minutes, you’ll be in Pitt Meadows. If you keep going, you’ll make it to the Pitt River.

Another reason we like Jerry Sulina Park is that it has one of the best off-leash dog parks in the entire Lower Mainland!

One of the most popular features of Jerry Sulina Park is its off-leash dog area. It’s exceptional! The dog park is all enclosed. It has a trail that begins by the pond and then wanders through some brush. Unlike dog parks in other places, it’s not just an ample vast open space. It’s a beautiful spot.

The dog park is impressive. It looks like a nature reserve,

There is a small parking lot at the park. There are also portable toilets, but no running water.

In addition to the main pond, there is also the Alouette River. It runs through the park, and there are a few places where you can access the water.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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