Talk on Forest Laws and Ethics in Nature Photography

Talk on Forest Laws and Ethics in Nature Photography

Nature photography is an excellent tool for making people aware, educate and inspire about the wonders of nature. But at the same time, if the photographers employ shortcuts for likes and followers, there will be a substantial negative impact on the environment itself. To avoid doing any harm to nature with photography, every nature photographer should follow the ethics in nature photography. Prabhu Mans Sana, who is Asst Conservator of Forests, Kerala Forest Department, will be talking to us about the essential Forest Laws and Ethics in Nature Photography.

On 20th August 2020 7:00 PM

Google Meet: meet.google.com/eea-exrv-ptt

About The Speaker:Prabhu.PM

Prof: Asst. Conservator of Forests, Thrissur

Period of service so far: 10yrs

Other fields of interest Wildlife Photography,Wildlife filmmaker &Writer.

Recent works:

Whispers of Silence (Eravikulam National Park)

Colours in Rainshadows ( Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary)

Punarjeevanam

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