Shem Compion will be presenting a talk at the Wild Shots 2015 Symposium on the 'Remaining relevant in wildlife photography: adapting to new images and trends'
“In today’s fast-paced digital world, photographs come and go at an astounding rate. More images were taken in the last two years than in the entire history of our planet. This makes it very difficult to remain relevant as a photographer in the popular genres, with the distinct possibility of being caught in the mire of all the other thousands of photographers doing exactly what you are doing. My talk will focus on what principles I applied to my approach as a wildlife photographer and how my work has remained relevant over the last few years."
Anyone with a passion for wildlife or nature photography should come and listen to industry leaders such as Shem at the Wild Shots symposium 2015 on relevant topics which photographers face each day. The symposium will be held in Cape Town on 24 October at the V&A Waterfront (Nedbank Auditorium) and in Johannesburg on 21 November at the Nedbank Sandton Auditorium (135 Rivonia Road, Sandown).
Please visit Wild Shots 2015 for more information and registration and remember early birds with a valid Wild Cards will pay R950 instead of R1 250 for a delegate pass, please visit the Wild card blog for more information.
For anyone with a passion for nature photography, Wild Shots offers an opportunity to learn from the best, exchange ideas and draw fresh inspiration. What’s more, we have 20 discounted passes exclusive to Wild Card members.
The symposium will be held in Cape Town on 24 October at the V&A Waterfront (Nedbank Auditorium) and in Johannesburg on 21 November at the Nedbank Sandton Auditorium (135 Rivonia Road, Sandown).
Early birds with a valid Wild Card will pay R950 instead of R1 250 for a delegate pass. This includes entry to the complete programme of events, presentations and panel discussions by award-winning wildlife photographers, book signings and exhibition area, lunch and refreshments, and a delegate pack.- See more at: http://www.wildcard.co.za/blog.htm?action=view-post&id=5342&sslid=MzYyMzO3MDEyNQcA&sseid=MzQ1NzAyMDQHAA&jobid=1d7eda78-7327-41cb-826a-cc7cb9737620#sthash.6ZHxMYvH.dpuf