When I was approached by the Wild Photos team at BirdFair and asked if I would like to exhibit with Bushnell at the event, I jumped at the chance. Having never been to the event, I was keen to attend as this is a fantastic event for anyone seriously interested in Wildlife and photography.
Held annually , in London at The Royal Geographical Society headquarters, it brings together some of the top wildlife and environmental photographers.
“Packed full of inspirational talks from the very best wildlife and conservation photographers, this is an unmissable opportunity to learn from industry experts, hear the stories behind the awe-inspiring and iconic images, find out about the latest kit and technologies and to join the debate on the hottest topical issues right now.What you’ll hearThe WildPhotos event is always a great chance to hear from some of the world’s leading wildlife photographers, with their insights and tips for capturing great images of the natural world – and also their views on the increasingly vital relationship between their art and the conservation of the natural world.But don’t just take our word for it. Read what last year’s speakers had to say…“If you have a love of nature, you are blessed. Share, encourage, enthuse. Find your niche, but don’t let people pigeonhole you there. And get help with marketing, since most photographers are bad at it.”