Conservation Photography & Film

Anyone who has visited our festival before knows what some of the best people have spoken in recent years and that they always had fascinating and penetrating stories that you often only see on TV. Stories that are touching, mind-blowing and that will stay with you for years to come.

Conservation photography is a combination of nature photography and more journalistic photography. 

Many of our photographers/speakers are committed to protecting and conserving nature with their photos. Everyone knows, our nature and planet are under threat. Among other things, due to the decline in biodiversity, overexploitation, and climate change. Many animal and plant species are threatened with extinction, our rainforests are being destroyed and the ice caps are melting. Conservation photographers want to counter these threats with their photography and often larger photo projects.

Our speakers will tell you everything about their photo and film projects. Questions such as: how do you approach such a project, what is the motivation of the photographer, and what is the role of storytelling in these types of projects and success stories are discussed during these lectures. And sometimes, sometimes a tear …

The next and sixth edition of our festival will take place in the first quarter of 2023. More information will follow soon, please stay tuned.


Jo-Anne McArthur Cameroon Nature Talks Photo Festival