Tin Man Lee | Sunday
How to freeze and capture rapid moving animals without ending up with blurry images?
Tin Man Lee is an international award-winning wildlife photographer, blogger, and instructor who has had a deep love of wild animals since a young age. His photos have been published on the cover of Alaska magazine, Wild Planet Photo magazine, and annual NANPA Expressions. He was an invited judge of Nature’s Best Photography Asia and View Bug. He has been featured in the Smithsonian Earth, Natures Best Photography, Outdoor Photographer magazine, Nic software, 500 PX, Peta Pixel, et cetera. He also teaches two popular online photography courses: Dynamic Tension Stacking and Maximum Emotional Impact, and now has hundreds of award-winning photographers all over the world taking his classes.
On a personal note: you won’t find a more kinder and generous person with his knowledge of the art of wildlife photography.This fellow was on our ‘wanted list’ for the last four years! Figuratively of course. But his images are a feast for the eye. So we hoped that he wasn’t too big for one’s boots, otherwise we wouldn’t match. Fortunately this wasn’t the case and then we finally managed to snatch him for our festival, he’s now on our speakerslist. We couldn’t stop talking on the phone, someone had to call it off by saying I have to make other phonecalls today! Tin Man Lee is such a humble and funny guy. We shared laughs, ideas and talked about everything.
So we are pleased to introduce Tin Man with his talk on how to capture fast moving animals. Don’t we all struggle with that? How does he always manage to do it and how does he manage to get those beautiful colors in his photos? During this lecture he will teach you how to capture the critical moment in such a way that you touch people with your photos! This is an event you won’t want to miss! Bring your questions and sit back and enjoy the learning experience!