Organization: Lloyd Library & Museum
About this event:
“A picture is worth a thousand words” goes the famous adage, and it’s especially true in this technologically and graphically driven age. Photography is an effective vehicle to illustrate the beauty and intricacy of nature, expose people to new facets of natural history, and promote an interest in conservation. Photographic imagery has revolutionized survey protocols and greatly reduced the need for physical collections of specimens. Effective imagery can bring the Lilliputian details of a ruby-crowned kinglet to bear for all to see, expose the suave allure of a cedar waxwing, or capture the brutish glare of a hunting raptor. This pictorial talk will explore the ways in which imagery can be used to promote and document birds.
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Green Umbrella | PO Box 14270Cincinnati, OH 45250 | (513) 541-1538