Captive Wildlife Photography

Captive Wildlife Photography

“Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!”
Captive Wildlife Photography with Jeff Milsteen

Don’t have the time or money for an African safari? Or, maybe you just want to practice on some willing and approachable subjects before heading into the wild? Either way, Atlanta is home to a world-class zoo and aquarium where you can shoot — er, photograph — wild animals to your heart’s content! Join us as Jeff Milsteen presents an entertaining and amusing program on photographing captive wildlife.
Although the program will focus primarily on tips and tricks for overcoming the special challenges associated with photographing wild animals in captivity, many of the techniques covered will apply to photographing truly wild animals. Jeff will also spend some time exploring the history and ethics of wildlife photography, captive or otherwise.

Jeff has been an avid photographic enthusiast for over 30 years. He is a past president and five-time Photographer of the Year of the Southeastern Photographic Society. His work has been featured in a number of publications and exhibitions, most recently in a solo exhibition entitled “Shuttered: The Art of Abandoned Places” at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. His work can be seen online at www.milsteen.smugmug.com.”

This will be an online Zoom event. After you RSVP you will receive the Zoom link to connect.