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Copper Mountain College

6162 Rotary Way

Joshua Tree, CA 92252

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The thirst for wildlife photography only seems to be growing. As result, it is important to educate photographers on wildlife photography ethics. This requirement is only made stronger by the fact that many photographers differ in their beliefs of what is ethical and what is not. The key here is to ensure that veterans of wildlife photography take it upon themselves to promote and lead the way in wildlife photography ethics. This will help instill a true sense of care and responsibility in a younger generation of photographers. Damaging habitats and putting species at risk means only one thing. We as wildlife photographers will have fewer opportunities to capture images of the animals that we love. And we are sure that there isn’t a photographer out there that wants that to happen. Come join Steve Berardi in a discussion on Ethics of Nature Photography.

Steve Berardi is a naturalist, photographer, software engineer, and founder of PhotoNaturalist. You can usually find him hiking in the beautiful mountains and deserts of southern California.

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