October 20 – 31, 2020
Six 90-minute sessions
Conservation photography is about more than just taking a beautiful picture, it’s about telling a story. Through Summit Online: Conservation you’ll learn how to do both. If you want to bring real purpose to your photography, this is the workshop for you.
Through this two-week virtual workshop you will have access to lectures, roundtable conversations, q&a’s, and image reviews that will set you on a path to becoming a conservation storyteller. Learn from the best in the industry; those who shoot for National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Audubon, Outdoor Photographer, and so much more and have made real, meaningful change through their photographs, videos, and stories, whether that be education or actual policy change influenced by their projects. They will set you up for conservation storytelling success and give purpose to your photography. *Limited to 25 students
*Classes will be recorded and available for 60 days following the workshop for those enrolled!
October 20, 2020 8pm ET: Morgan Heim, Clay Bolt, Katie Schuler / Effective conservation photography close to home
October 22, 2020 8pm ET: Doug Gimesy / Creating a Photo Essay & Disaster Photography
October 24, 2020 Noon ET: Dave Showalter & Amy Gulick / Why do we do this?
October 27, 2020 8pm ET: Jim Richardson & Michael Forsberg / Photography to the Rescue: What pictures can do for nature
10/29 8pm ET: Student Image Critique
October 31 Noon ET: Instructor Roundtable