Nature Photography: Tips For Getting Outside and Getting The Shot
Join us for a CPAWS webinar hosted by nature photographer Ryan Lucenkiw as he shows us how to compose compelling images in nature.
Beginner photographers, nature lovers and anyone looking to get outdoors this summer will enjoy this educational webinar featuring Ryan’s incredible photographs taken throughout Manitoba and beyond.
In this free, one-hour webinar, Ryan will cover:
- How to create compelling images
- The importance of “working the scene”
- Photography techniques and how to get the photo you want
- How to find your subjects
- Using weather to your advantage
- Finding unique environments
About the Speaker
Armed with a camera on many camping trips, Ryan Lucenkiw learned to appreciate nature and cultivate a love for photography at a young age. In the early days, he sought serendipitous moments, capturing whatever may be found along the trail. As his hobby and passion developed, he began to choose his adventures by what he could photograph.
His work includes wildflowers, birds, wildlife, landscapes and the night sky in Manitoba and beyond. From the smallest flower to the sun setting over the world’s tallest mountain to outer space, Ryan showcases a wide range of skills. Ryan’s hope is to inspire others through photography to fall in love with the outdoors.
View more of his work at ryanlucenkiw.com, on Instagram @ryanlucenkiw and on Facebook at Ryan Lucenkiw – Photography.
Nature Photography: Tips for Getting Outside and Getting the Shot from CPAWS Manitoba on Vimeo.
Lunch and Learns
Nature has been here for us during the pandemic.
CPAWS Manitoba wants to maintain this positive connection to nature by providing a space for Manitobans to connect online from the safety of our homes and be inspired by nature in our backyards and beyond.
Join CPAWS Manitoba for weekly lunch and learn presentations from experts across the province who will share their knowledge and passion and bring new nature-inspired activities into our lives.
This program is possible thanks to the generous support of The Winnipeg Foundation and the Conservation Trust, a Manitoba Climate and Green Plan Initiative delivered by the Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation.