Ethical Photography

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Ethical Photography

The above clip is a collection of outtakes from a talk I deliver on all aspects of ethical wildlife photography and wildlife viewing. The talk is based on the idea that just because a person is packing a camera doesn’t mean that they don’t have the potential for a negative impact on wildlife. Knowing about your target species and knowing a few basic tenets can greatly reduce your potential impact on that which we so much cherish.

One of my great joys comes from sharing my videos and photos with like minded people and to that end I have set myself up as a speaker for hire (have laptop, will travel). I can tailor my talks to any age group or interests (within the broader range of wildlife/nature topics) and I usually book three to six months in advance. You can contact me directly at [email protected] to discuss my rates, availability, and type of talk you’re looking for.

If you see that I am in your area for a book signing I would be happy to try to arrange a talk with your group or organization as well.

  1. Leona Hammerton

    I am still promoting you to Shuswap Nation Tribal Council. Will invite another Director to discuss your knowledge and expertise.

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