How do you reflect your passion for wildlife in your photography? How do you make your images stand out from the crowd and how do you create photographs that convey something powerful about the preservation of wildlife and wilderness?
Award-winning wildlife photographers Steve and Ann Toon have been professional for twenty years and their work has been extensively published worldwide. They live in Northumberland National Park but spend four to five months every year photographing in southern Africa, pursuing personal projects and leading small group photographic safaris to some of the region’s top locations.
Ann and Steve have a passion for telling stories through their images. They’ll be discussing their working lives as wildlife photographers and their creative approach to producing memorable images, with a particular emphasis on working the light. They believe in getting the shot right in camera, with only a light touch in post-processing, and they will be explaining how they previsualise images while trying to find a fresh take on familiar subjects.
There is a small charge for this talk and the link for the recording will only be sent to those who register as Ann and Steve are now part of a professional lecturing scheme
RPS Members £5 NonMembers £10
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