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Monday, September 25 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Camera Trapping

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Operating silently and continuously, with minimal disturbance to wildlife, camera traps capture remarkable images of rare and elusive wildlife animals. Recent technological advances have revolutionized the quality of trail cam imaging, and this specialized niche has become more important to both nature storytelling and conservation. Join a few to the masters of this trade for a deep dive into the tech and the art of camera trap imaging.

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Shane Moore

Filmmaker & Cinematographer
Shane Moore has been filming wildlife for more than three decades.  His clients have included the BBC, Discovery Channel and Disney.  He considers the opportunity to film snow leopards the highlight of his career.

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Jeff Hogan

Cinematographer Jeff Hogan has been filming and photographing wildlife around the world for over 30 years earning numerous awards for his work including several Emmy nominations for Cinematography.Being a naturalist at heart, Jeffs passion is to witness wildlife behavior, and for... Read More →
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Chadden Hunter

Biologist & Wildlife Filmmaker
Dr. Chadden Hunter is an Australian wildlife biologist and filmmaker. After completing a PhD on gelada baboons in Ethiopia, Chadden worked with National Geographic, PBS and Discovery Channel, filming everything from tribes in Africa to snow leopards in Pakistan. On the BBC series Planet... Read More →
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Charlie Hamilton James

Photojournalist, National Geographic
Charlie Hamilton James is a photojournalist who specializes in wildlife and conservation. His work requires specialized equipment, much of which he makes. Hamilton James has a particular interest in exposing “the brilliance of nature” in order to better document, understand, and... Read More →

Monday September 25, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm MDT
Grizzly Jackson Lake Lodge