Travel in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is mostly via lakes and waters. So how do you deal with cameras around all that water?
Some people embrace the water and bring along waterproof cameras. They definitely take some of the stress out of the possibility of dunking an expensive camera. Kate is carrying a waterproof camera this summer and she really likes that she can keep it at hand rather than packed away in a cumbersome case. She shot this photo by holding her camera under water and pointing it toward the sky. My favorite part of this perspective is that you can see the air bubbles on the underside of the lilly pads!
Kate is using an Olympus waterproof shockproof camera and she likes it.
If you’re interested in photography and want to improve your skills while immersed in the BWCAW, consider participating in our Boundary Waters Photo Workshop led by professional magazine and nature photographer Layne Kennedy. More info on our BWCA Photo Workshop is at this link: http://boundarywatersguideservice.com/PhotoWorkshop.html. Most folks bring cameras that are not waterproof on photo workshops, and we take special care to make sure they return safely.