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Storytelling for the conservation photographer

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Storytelling for the conservation photographer

How is conservation photography different from regular nature, wildlife, landscape photography? Conservation photography is about making images with intention. It’s about how we as photographers work together with journalists, scientists and non-profit organizations to tell stories about the natural world that affect conservation for the natural world. There are many opportunities to get involved with conservation efforts for your favorite habitats, wild sanctuaries or most beloved wild animals. This class is designed to inspire you to apply your passion for photography to your passion for the natural world. We will explore a variety of tools, websites, organizations and ideas for turning your lens towards conservation. Finally, we explore what it means to be a conservation photographer and watch a short video that defines conservation photography.

Reservations: General Admission: $60 | Early Birds: $50. Seating is limited and advanced ticketing is required. This class is for adults aged 18 and over with minors 13-17 permitted in the company of an adult guardian.

EcoSee Photography



EcoSee Photography

EcoSee (Verb)To record by photograph one’s unique visual perception of his or her surrounding world.

Eco -referring to the environment and one’s relation to it. See -to perceive with the eyes, discern visually, to become aware of something through observation.