Photographers’ Lessons On Staying Safe Abroad, with Nikon Ambassador Ami Vitale & Elizabeth Dalziel

Photographers’ Lessons On Staying Safe Abroad, with Nikon Ambassador Ami Vitale & Elizabeth Dalziel

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Whether you’re shooting in a war zone or simply somewhere far from home, photographers traveling abroad need to smart, vigilant, and prepared for dangerous situations. Many photographers might not receive formal training before going abroad, so it’s more important than ever to do your own research and determine what you need to stay safe. And after visiting more than 100 countries between them, photojournalists Ami Vitale and Elizabeth Dalziel have learned some vital lessons on how to protect themselves in a number of different precarious situations.

In this live webinar on Tuesday, September 10th at 4pm ET, Ami and Elizabeth will draw on their many years of experience to share their recommendations for those who find themselves working in difficult environments. They’ll discuss:

  • The importance of finding a trustworthy guide
  • The actual cost of staying safe and buying protection
  • The value of networking with other photographers
  • Lessons learned from personal experience in mobs, unstable areas, and war zones

Join us on Tuesday, September 10th at 4pm ET for this very special webinar with Ami Vitale and Elizabeth Dalziel!

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  1. Brett at 7:27 pm

    “Whether you’re shooting in a war zone or third world country, photographers traveling abroad need to smart, vigilant, and prepared for dangerous situations. ”

    This is a bit insulting to be honest. “Third world” countries are not the same as war zones. The hundreds of millions of Indians that live in extreme poverty for example do so in places that are far safer than many American cities. Your risk of being killed or injured in New Orleans is vastly greater than it is in Mumbai.

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