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photograph the world’s most fascinating places.

Join the 2011 winner of the Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography, Ian Shive, as he talks about the thrill and precision of taking photographs in the world’s wildest places.

Ian will share the stories from his experiences photographing for leading environmental organizations - from spearfishing at night in the shark infested waters of Palau to scaling North America’s highest mountain as part of a search and rescue team. Ian will also dig deep into the technical aspects of capturing imagery under extremely challenging conditions.

Tune in for Nature Photography and learn Ian’s technical and creative approach to capturing the magnificence of the great outdoors.

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