We are all photographers now.
But, what do we do with our images? Are they having any impact in the world?
Conservation photography uses the photographic process and its media products to advocate for real conservation outcomes. Conservation photography combines nature photography with the issue-oriented approach of documentary photography and in doing so becomes a tool for change. In close collaboration with partners, photography can be used to build alliances, raise funds, and influence policy.
Conservation photography is really about the actions a photographer takes after the images have been made. The real responsibility starts after the shutter has been tripped. It is about getting your images in front of the influential people that really need to see them.
In this sense, we put the images to work.
And, putting images to work has never been more important. As the industry shifts towards a digital online world, with video captivating us more and more, integrating visual storytelling into your messaging will make for more effective communication, allowing you to be heard.