This is the experience I wrote about in the April 2018 issue of Outdoor Photographer magazine.
We photograph WILD, free-ranging animals — not captive cats, not game farm animals; the real deal thriving in their own world, interacting with one another and sometimes their prey.
Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park and the private acreage surrounding it are home to a healthy — and photogenic — population of pumas (called mountain lions or cougars in the US).
This tour takes place in the Southern Hemisphere in autumn, which should make for some great landscape shots as well. That said, with its dramatic grasslands, lakes, and towering peaks this place is GORGEOUS no matter when you visit!
~~ Limited to six (6) ~ all-inclusive (double-occupancy; limited singles available for additional cost)
~~ More info at: https://exploreinfocus.com/joinme/pumas-patagonia-photo-tour
VisionQuest PhotoJourney – Get straight to the heart of powerful image making in this once-in- a-life time opportunity to finally break though any limiting barriers of your greatest creative expression. We’ll help you “awaken your unique creative vision” through your love of nature photography.
Come away with the extraordinary experience of images that finally reveal everything you see and feel! Allow the energy of these huge bears, the magic of this enchanted wildlife sanctuary and expert creative guidance to unleash your artistic genius.
The Khutzeymateen estuary provides a small number of photographers the rare opportunity for up close and intimate wildlife encounters. Within stunning coastal mountain landscapes, we’ll encounter big bears, little bears, marine mammals, eagles and dozens of other bird
species. Possible encounters include wolves, wolverines, mountain goats, mink, otters and many other small mammals.
Imagine, yourself and only seven other participants granted exclusive access to freely explore 44,000 hectares of coastal British Columbia’s most pristine and abundant wildlife sanctuary, Join us and experience life changing wildlife encounters, spectacular back country luxury and food, stunning aerial scenery, small town coastal charm and expert native guidance.
Story from the International League of Conservation Photographers
With the many emerging news stories on environmental issues of our day, now is a crucial time to come together and encourage one another towards a sustainable future. In just a couple of weeks some of the world’s leading nature and wildlife photographers, filmmakers, scientists, and conservation organizations will gather together in our nation’s capital at an event called WildSpeak. This environmental communications symposium, hosted by the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP), will create a space for all nature enthusiasts to explore how visual media can best contribute to influential science communications and positive conservation outcomes all around the globe. The event is open to all who desire to be informed about conservation topics and to learn how to get involved to make a difference. If this is you, you can register today at www.wildspeak.org