Speaking at the Photographic Society of Parker River NWR on August 10

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Elephant Family Walking Under Tree
Elephant Family Walking Under Tree – Tarangire NP, Tanzania

At 1:30pm on Saturday, August 10, I will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Photographic Society of the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge. My topic is digital infrared photography – something I have done a lot of lately on my African photo safaris. Both of the photographs in this post are infrared photographs and you can click here to see more of my infrared work.

I’ll show lots of photographs, how the infrared photography process works, and speak about some of the challenges involved. Although alternative processes always have a technical side, I’ll keep the jargon to a minimum.

The Photographic Society meets at the Refuge’s Visitor Center in Newburyport, MA. If you’re in the Boston area, please come (yes, it’s air conditioned!). If you aren’t but know someone in the area who might be interested, please do forward this to them. For those of you with GPS, the address is 6 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport, MA 01950. Take a right off of the Turnpike and park behind the Visitor Center. The auditorium is inside on your right.

I hope to see you on August 10th at 1:30pm!

Safari njema!

Baobab at Sunset
Baobab at Sunset – Tarangire NP, Tanzania

About Dave Burns

Dave Burns is a wildlife, travel, and landscape photographer whose passions range from the beauty of the African savanna to the streets of Paris. He created Dave Burns Photo Tours to share his favorite places with other photographers, help them capture unique images, and learn more about photography and digital work flow. His next trip is an African photo safari to the Serengeti in February 2021. Dave’s images are in private collections and galleries. To contact him, use the contact page on this site.

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