Do you love going out into the world to see wildlife? Or do you strap on the snowshoes, a 300mm DSLR lens, and your preferred body for an adventure to get just the right shot? Or, maybe, you’re somewhere in the middle. Regardless how you like to view or photography wildlife, your impact on the animals, and the entire ecosystem, can be profound.
Kerri has donated many of her prints and digital photos to The Fur-Bearers and other non-profits over the years, and has helped to tell the stories of wildlife and habitats that many Canadians never have the opportunity to know through her beautiful and awe-inspiring photography.
In this special webinar, Kerri will take the audience through a mesmerizing photographic journey where she is learning to balance her art with the well-being of her subjects – both in regards to the animals, her ethics, and even the process of photo editing.
The event will last for approximately 60 minutes including a question and answer period, and all you need to attend is a computer or Apple mobile device (iPod or iPad). A webcam or microphone is not necessary for participation. To see if your computer or mobile device will properly work with our webinar software or to test your connection speed, please click here (will open a new window).
LWW2016: Confessions of a wildlife photographer
February 24, 2016
7:00 pm EST / 4:00 pm PST
Admission is $5 and will support our Living With Wildlife and Humane Education campaigns
Attendees will also receive a free digital copy of our next member newsletter (The Wild & Free Press), an email with discount codes from some of our business supporters and access to a password-protected video of the event!
Register now! You will be taken to a secure server for payment, then sent a special link to register for the webinar.
Photo by Kerri Martin Photography