Program: Tips on Wildlife Photography with Wildlife Photographer Charles Marsh
“When photographing wildlife, I focus on freezing the briefest of moments. I like to capture motion, the momentary eye contact with an animal or bird, the light in an eye, the transient light at dawn and dusk, and moments that are too fast to be easily seen by the naked eye. The more I photograph and observe wildlife the more I am convinced both birds and animals have emotions and feelings. I strive to capture these moments by taking people closer to see better the detail, color and spirit of a wild creature. All these aspects help to illustrate the beauty and might of nature and provide a lasting impression that I hope enthuses and excites the onlooker.”
Presenter: Charles Marsh
Charles Marsh is an award winning sports and wildlife photographer from northeast Ohio.