Don’t Miss NANPA’s Town Hall Meeting: Creating an Ethical Field Approach

Photo of photographers and a moose.

Learn about ethical nature photography practices in this month’s Town Hall Meeting.

There’s still time to register for NANPA’s next online Town Hall on Wednesday, October 24th, at 5 PM EDT.  Jennifer Leigh Warner, NANPA’s Ethics Committee chair, will help you learn how you can have a more ethical approach to photographing wildlife and how to better label your images so you can maintain public trust in the credibility of your images. Join us for this webinar where we will discuss some basic tips to approaching wildlife and how to properly label your images. We will also discuss what the NANPA Ethics Committee has been up to this year.

NANPA Town Hall Meeting: Creating an Ethical Field Approach
Presented by Jennifer Leigh Warner
October 24, 2018, 5pm EDT
Target Audience: Everyone

If you’ve recently been out in the field at popular wildlife destinations, you can’t help but notice the number of people who, through ignorance, carelessness or callousness, are stressing wildlife and putting themselves at risk in pursuit of a good photo.  And, if you follow photography news, you’ll have heard about photos of captive animals that aren’t appropriately captioned, leading the viewer to incorrectly assume the images were captured in the wild.

We are nature photographers because we appreciate the beauty, wonder and wildness of nature.  Our photography helps conserve and preserve that wildness.  We savor the beautiful wildlife shot because we know how hard it is to get.

Tune in Wednesday and learn how you can incorporate ethical field practices into your nature photography workflow, both in the field and during post processing.

NANPA’s monthly webinars are a benefit for NANPA members.  Register for the Town Hall Meeting and see a complete list of upcoming webinars in the Member’s Area of the website.  If you can’t join us Wednesday, recordings of webinars are posted a few days later for you to watch when it fits your schedule.


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