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The Intentional (Wildlife) Photographer

Date: June 23, 2024
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


What does it mean to be an intentional photographer? Join Sandy Zelasko for an hour of thought-provoking ideas to improve your mindset when planning a photo shoot and while capturing imagery in the field. It takes practice, patience and focused intent to create your best images. Develop your skills beyond a reactionary shooter and start creating art as an intentional photographer. Sandy will share tips and techniques to calm your mind and focus on the task at hand to better accomplish your photographic vision whatever the subject might be.

Sandy Zelasko, professional photographer, educator, speaker and workshop leader, invests herself in student success. She listens to participant needs to best deliver solutions for understanding and achievement.

As a freelance nature photographer specializing in North American wildlife, she promotes ethical practices, wildlife conservation and focuses on land acquisition for environmental sustainability. She unselfishly shares her wildlife photography to educate, organizational skills to fundraise and her curiosity to study environmental issues where wildlife preservation is a key factor remaining focused on solutions beneficial to fragile wild ecosystems.

Currently Zelasko is documenting threatened and endangered Midwest grassland birds. Learn more at You can visit her website at to learn about future photographic workshops, classes and events.

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The Intentional (Wildlife) Photographer
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