For conservationists and stewards of our environment, communication about our work is an essential skill. Now, more than ever, compelling images of the places we love are an important part of how we engage with our community, raise funds for our work, and inspire others to action. This session will introduce you to the fundamentals of exposure in manual photography, set against the backdrop of wildlife and landscape image making. Designed for beginners who have not ventured away from the automatic setting of their cameras to the experienced photographer interested in seeing a new approach, this session will include example scenarios from summer to winter, from owls and wetlands. The session will improve your literacy in manual camera operation, lens and equipment choices, and more.
Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy