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If you’ve ever hoped to learn how some of the world’s most renowned nature photographers create their images and get attention from photo buyers, look no further than The Masters of Nature Photography Seminars.
What is it?
Esteemed photographers and PhotoShelter members Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe are teaming up to present a series of unique weekend events that will change the way you look at photography and what you can do with your own camera. And the first seminar is on November 9-11 in San Francisco at the InterContinental San Francisco Hotel.
Frans, Tom, and Art will draw from their wide-ranging experiences around the world to give you the tools to create more compelling images, while also empowering you to use your photography to benefit conservation causes and other personal interests. These weekend seminars will include:
- Presentations from each photographer
- Panel discussions
- Q & A sessions
- Special critique of images submitted by attendees.
Plus, industry expert Patrick Donehue will share strategies used by successful photographers to get the attention of editors, art directors, and other photo buyers. Patrick has been providing advice, guidance, and direction to photographers for over 25 years. He’s known for his work in nearly all matters pertaining to the production, management, and marketing of photography.
Check out the full event schedule here.
How can I attend?
The first Masters of Nature Photography Seminar will be held Friday November 9 through Sunday November 11 in San Francisco at the InterContinental San Francisco Hotel. Tickets are $895 for the full weekend event – to register, please visit www.MastersofNaturePhotography.com.