Instruction Safari

Once each year Ken will take a small group (maximum 4 people) along with him on a photography instruction safari, anywhere for a minimum of four days.

  • You provide a small portfolio of your prints, so Ken can assess and review where you are in your understanding of photography.
  • You choose the place.  Ken will assist if you would like.
  • You pay Ken’s travel and time costs.
  • You participate in a wilderness experience with the camera, and follow a curriculum based on where you are in your personal journey.  Instruction is based on each person’s current knowledge, and designed to elevate your skills.  Ken is right there with you.
  • Each day is divided into discussion and review times, and lots of field shooting time.

Contact Ken for the next available dates.

Ken Hoehn has taught several seminars for The Camera Store. He is a true professional and is pleasure to work with. His classes are not only informative, they are inspirational!

Ken has a unique approach to teaching his material through interaction and the use of poetic descriptions of the natural world. Our participants are always engaged and come away from classes feeling enthusiastic about their next photographic experience. These are examples of feedback we have received from our participants:

• “Inspiring talk on Ken’s approach to capturing wildlife imagery, teaching us how to go about it ourselves. Nice way of doing things. He instigated an exchange of ideas for shoot locations and timing to find opportunities for photography.”

• “… the sheer enthusiasm and inspiration of Ken Hoehn for his art and his ability to communicate that passion…”

• “The presenter was excellent! Really enjoyed the group dynamics!”
— Evelyn Drake, The Camera Store

                  Have fun in nature while you master the camera!

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We had the pleasure of joining Ken for a four day adventure in Waterton National Park.

He provided a great education in photography. Ken is a strength-based teacher who is very knowledgeable, organized and flexible to the different needs of a group. Each of us was at a different level in our photography and had different goals in mind. Ken spent his time teaching us as both a group and individually to advance our photography skills.

The best part was that Ken was able to organize the trip in such a way that we were rarely exposed to other tourists or photographers, and were each able to pursue the type of photography we enjoyed whether that was landscapes, wildlife or birds. By the end of our trip we had both a comprehensive skill set that we all needed as well as proficiency tailored to our individual goals. We came home excited to continue our journey in photography!

One thing that has stayed with me is a piece of advice Ken gave us on our last day. “Spend time in beautiful places.” Not only is that good for practicing my photography but also good for the soul.

Thank you Ken!
— Christa L., Edmonton