• Justin Black

    • JUSTIN BLACK is a photographer, writer, editor, expedition leader, photo workshops instructor, a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers (ILCW), a former executive director of the International ...
    • Frans Lanting

    • FRANS LANTING has been hailed as one of the great nature photographers of our time.  His influential work appears in books, magazines, and exhibitions around the world.  Born in ...
    • Jerry Dodrill

    • Jerry Dodrill has been an award-winning professional photographer and highly regarded photography teacher for more than two decades. A protégé of the late legendary adventure photographer Galen Rowell ...
    • Chris Eckstrom

    • Christine Eckstrom is a writer, editor, and videographer whose ...
    • Chris Linder

    • Chris Linder is an award-winning professional photographer, filmmaker, workshop leader, and lecturer. Chris earned a master’s degree in oceanography from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods ...
    • Daisy Gilardini

    • Daisy Gilardini is originally from Switzerland but now lives in British Columbia, Canada.  She started taking photography seriously during her first trip to India in 1989, and since then has ...
    • Jack Dykinga

    • Taste life and strive to make a difference. Pulitzer Prize (1971 Feature Photography) winning photographer Jack Dykinga blends fine art photography with documentary photojournalism.  He is a regular contributor to ...
    • John Shaw

    • I think a good attitude to have is that the next frame you shoot is going to be the better, definitive frame. John, a natural and dedicated teacher, has ...
    • Charles Cramer

    • After spending seven years of college studying classical piano, Charles Cramer visited Yosemite National Park, and soon realized he wanted out of those tiny practice rooms!  Realizing the similarities ...
    • Michael Frye

    • Michael Frye is a professional photographer specializing in landscapes and nature. His photographs and articles about art and technique of photography have appeared in publications around the world, including ...
    • Rich Seiling

    • Rich Seiling considers himself a student of light, discovering its qualities and how it communicates the inherent character of a subject, often seeking out fleeting moments of rare light ...
    • Julia Keil

    • Born in Germany, raised internationally and currently based in Paris, France, Julia’s love for photography started with her curiosity and desire to connect to people, cultures and environments ...
    • Tillman Crane

    • Great photographs can be made in ordinary places. My photographs are always about the elusive qualities of light. Regardless of the subject – stone, tree, building, machine, or object – it ...
    • Grant Ordelheide

    • Grant Ordelheide is a rare breed: a successful full-time professional landscape photographer under thirty, whose aesthetic sensibilities, style, skills, drive, teaching ability, and personality are mature beyond his years. ...
    • Phillip Bartlett

    • "The great thing about photographing in the digital age is instant feedback. Having the ability to assess each capture, while teaching out in the field, makes it so much ...
    • Adam Schallau

    • Adam Schallau is a photographer with a passion for light and land. He loves to blend the technical possibilities of photography with the creative interpretation of light in the ...
    • Karine Aigner

    • Karine Aigner's life reads like a set of novellas. Raised in Saudi Arabia, Karine motorcycled through Vietnam, circumnavigated the globe by ship, taught English in Taiwan, and then there ...
    • Daniel Beltra

    • My work allows me to bear witness to the challenges our environment faces and help celebrate its triumphs. Born in Madrid, Spain, Daniel Beltrá is a photographer based in ...
    • Michael Melford

    • National Geographic Photographer Michael Melford has worked with the Society for over 30 years. He has produced 19 feature stories for National Geographic magazine, and over 30 stories for National Geographic Traveler ...
    • Eddie Soloway

    • Eddie Soloway’s photographs are the expression of his passion for the natural world. In 1998, he received the Excellence in Photographic Teaching Award presented by the Santa Fe Center ...
    • Roy Toft

    • Roy Toft is one of the world's most highly accomplished wildlife photographers, in addition to being a biologist, natural-history educator, and a Senior Fellow of the International League of ...
    • Tom Mangelsen

    • A Nebraska native, Thomas D. Mangelsen is recognized as one of the world’s premier nature photographers. Mangelsen’s love of nature, his life in the outdoors and business ...
    • Art Wolfe

    • It is in the wild places, where the edge of the earth meets the corners of the sky, the human spirit is fed. The son of commercial artists, Art ...
    • M. Westmorland

    • Michele Westmorland is an internationally-renowned photographer, speaker, and filmmaker specializing in telling the stories of indigenous cultures and the natural history of marine life. Westmorland Images, LLC represents her ...
    • Elizabeth Carmel

    • Elizabeth Carmel is a professional fine art photographer specializing in unique, expressive landscapes and “waterscapes”. In partnership with her husband Olof Carmel, Elizabeth owns and operates two art galleries ...
    • Jeff Foott

    • Having had the good fortune to work and play in nature most of my early life, it became obvious to me I had to spend my life outside. After ...
    • Mike Yamashita

    • With over 1.5 million followers on Instagram, photographer Michael Yamashita is known as one of photography’s top influencers. He has shot for the National Geographic for 30 years, combining his ...
    • Morgan Heim

    • Morgan Heim has been sneezed on by a whale, stampeded by bison and almost mistaken for salmon by hungry grizzly bears. All of which she took as great compliments, ...
    • G. Brad Lewis

    • Visual reminders that the Earth is alive, fulfilling an agenda of its own, are crucial for understanding our place in nature. Capturing the essence of terrestrial creation, beauty, and ...
    • Jasminder Oberai

    • There are those who walk a different path, those who see the world with eyes wide open to the creation of glorious images, those who are innately curious, exploring ...
    • Cliff Zenor

    • Nature photographers are explorers. Each time we bring the camera to our eye, we hope to discover something as pleasing in the viewfinder as is in our mind’s ...
    • Jim Stimson

    • I'm a story teller and photography is a great tool to spin a tale. Jim Stimson has made the eastern Sierra Nevada of California his home for more than ...
    • Annie Griffiths

    • The best part about teaching is that it reminds me of what brought me to photography in the first place:  the thrill of seeking out new pictures, and the ...
    • Karen Kasmauski

    • Consider the metaphor of a grain of sand: one grain in a thousand is insignificant, while it can also be unique in shaping everything that it touches. Now apply ...
    • Terry Donnelly

    • I feel that to be successful, one must feel passionately about the subject and be driven to express that passion. Husband / wife photography team Terry Donnelly and Mary Liz ...
    • Mary Liz Austin

    • I photograph to record the obvious – the incredible beauty of nature that I believe mirrors the beauty that exists in all of us. Mary Liz Austin has been a ...
    • Gerrit Vyn

    • Gerrit Vyn is a photographer and cinematographer for the world renowned Cornell Lab of Ornithology and a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers. He leads expeditions around ...
    • Sue Cedarholm

    • A native of the Rocky Mountain West, Sue Ewald Cedarholm grew up with the vaulting summits of Colorado’s 14ers filling her imagination and the lure of mountain wilderness ...
    • Bill Ellzey

    • It's probably a colossal cliche to call oneself a seeker of beauty.  But I am one.  I believe that people who take photography workshops in nature are on a ...
    • Carr Clifton

    • Carr Clifton, award-winning photogrid ely recognized for his distinctive and artistic landscapes of remote regions. He has dedicated h Carr Clifton, award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker, has spent thirty ...
    • Ellen Toby Slotnick

    • Delving into the past has long been a passion for fine art photographer Ellen Toby Slotnick. Ellen started out as an archaeological photographer in Israel documenting excavations and photographing ...
    • Lou Coetzer

    • Understanding animal behaviour enabled me to predict with reasonable accuracy "what’s going to happen next," which I discovered was a wonderful asset when photography became part of my ...