Cristina Mittermeier is one of the world’s most influential conservation photographers. Join her on a photographic journey spanning a decades-long career in photography that includes founding the International League of Conservation Photographers, being a contributing photographer for National Geographic Magazine, and co-founder of SeaLegacy.
Cristina will talk about how to approach photographing wild animals, which cameras and lenses to use, and what to do with your photos after you take them.
This class will feature a one-hour lecture followed by 30-60 minutes of live Q&A.
A recording of the class will be available for 72 hours after the session ends.
Topics we will cover:
-An introduction of how Cristina got into wildlife and conservation photography
-What’s in the Bag?
-Learning Your Equipment - Tips and Tricks to help ensure you never miss the shot
-How to safely and successfully approach animals in the wild
-Ethical issues of interacting with wild animals
-Using failure a learning opportunity
-Before and After - knowing what is possible in post
-Live Q&A with Cristina
Learn more and register here.