Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018

ROM U: Introductory Wildlife Photography

Introductory Wildlife Photography

Orangutan swinging from trees in the jungle. Photo courtesy David Coulson.

Join David Coulson, conservation photographer, for a full day workshop on the art of wildlife photography and storytelling. Inspired by the exhibition Wildlife Photographer of the Year, this workshop explores photographic techniques, the ethics of wildlife photography, and how to create compelling images that tell a story.

Participants are required to bring a DSLR camera for hands-on workshop component.

Instructor: David Coulson is a photographer, visual storyteller and drone operator based in Toronto. Using images, video and words, his work focuses on sharing stories that connect people to nature and that help translate complex science and conservation issues in an emotional and relatable way. David strives to not only produce compelling imagery with a creative flare, but to also use his camera to challenge perceptions and explore the relationships between people and planet.  


Registration includes lunch.

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Date & Time

  • Sunday, March 3, 2019, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm

Location

Royal Ontario Museum
Education Classroom
Level 1

Michael Lee Chin Bloor Street Entrance ►

Contact

416.586.5797
programs@rom.on.ca