Join professional wildlife and natural history photographer Daniel J. Cox to find out why he's made the switch to the Panasonic Lumix system. Dan has photographed on all seven continents over his long 40 year career, using the traditional cameras we are all familiar with. In 2008, he picked up a Lumix GF1 for personal projects and quickly discovered the amazing capabilities of this small, powerful system.
Today he's shooting Lumix cameras exclusively for all his work including the Arctic Documentary Project for Polar Bears International. His emphasis is on still images but Lumix's video capabilities have broadened his story telling capabilities dramatically. Join us for an evening of high adventure and insight into a new way of creating moving stories.
Date, Time, Location
Tuesday, Jan 9 6:30-8:30pm
Mike's Camera Inc. Denver
$20 Registration fee to attend.
Receive a $20 gift card to use in store at Mike's Camera at the end of the lecture.
Only valid for in person attendees.
For 40 years Dan has traveled all seven continents in search of the images that inspire his art and inform his audience. Dan's natural history images have been featured in galleries such as the Natural History Museum of London and the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson. He is a regular contributor to natural history publications worldwide with 100's of magazine covers to his credit including two cover stories for National Geographic Magazine.
In 2013 he was awarded NANPA's Outstanding Nature Photographer of the Year award and he sits on the advisory board to Polar Bears International where he leads their program: the Arctic Documentary Project. Dan has been a Lumix Luminary for three years. He and his wife Tanya run Natural Exposures Innovational Photo Tours where they take enthusiast photographers around the world to capture world class imagery while enjoying an exciting vacation.
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