Presentation Description

Jennifer will share and discuss what slow photography is and how practicing slow photography has helped her create more impactful and fulfilling nature photography. She will share her insights using examples from her journeys through the landscape and discuss how to create more meaningful imagery that connects with the viewer. She will introduce the process of slow photography, discuss expressive photography, storytelling, and how to curate photo projects to tell a complete story.

About the Presenter

Jennifer is a full-time nature photographer from Colorado that travels the American West photographing, exploring and teaching photography workshops. While she enjoys photographing landscapes, her real passion is focusing on the smaller details in those landscapes. She is best known for her photography of natural abstracts, smaller scenes, and her black and white wild dolphin imagery. She strives to make compelling photos to trigger emotions and feelings, but more importantly, to help bring awareness to the inspiring and delicate natural world we live in.
Jennifer, along with professional photographer David Kingham travel full-time in a travel trailer with their two cats teaching photography year-round in some of nature’s most beautiful classrooms. She enjoys teaching her students how to express themselves through their imagery and how to connect with their subjects from behind the lens.

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