Don’t have the time or money for an African safari? Or, maybe you just want to practice on
some willing and approachable subjects before heading into the wild? Either way, Atlanta is
home to a world-class zoo and aquarium where you can shoot — er, photograph — wild
animals to your heart’s content! Join us for an informative (and maybe even entertaining!)
program on photographing captive wildlife.
Although the program will focus primarily on tips and tricks for overcoming the special
challenges associated with photographing wild animals in captivity, Jeff will also spend some
time exploring the history and ethics of wildlife photography, captive or otherwise.
To View Recorded Video Presentation: Photographing Captive Wildlife
Topic: Photographing Captive Wildlife
Where: Zoom Meeting (online – see latest Newsletter for more info)
When: Tuesday, February 1, 2022, 6:30pm-7:30pm
Speaker: Jeff Milsteen
About Our Speaker, Jeff Milsteen
Jeff Milsteen has been an avid photographer for over 30 years. He is a past president of the Southeastern Photographic Society and was that group’s Photographer of the Year for four
years in a row. His work was highlighted in a solo exhibition at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center entitled “Shuttered: The Art of Abandoned Places” and his photography has been featured in numerous publications and exhibits. Jeff is also a frequent speaker and judge at
photographic clubs in the metro Atlanta area.