It’s all about how you want to praise the inhabitants of the wilderness; from mammals, birds, to each of the animal in their natural habitats – while they’re eating, fighting or just as they are. From the smallest details of their behaviours to taking care of the endangered ones, wildlife photography is not just about using the faster lenses and higher sensitivity and capture the most spontaneous moment, it’s far more than that. We need to follow a set of ethical practices to respect the wildlife, the law, the environment and the fellow photographers; there are a huge list that one needs to know and learn to become a master in wildlife photography. In this course we have covered them all.
Dean, Department of Art and Photography
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B.F.A. in Photojournalism & B.S. in Photography
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