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12/01/2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year: The Art and Ethics of Wildlife Photography Downtown

Digital Photography has forever changed the way we document natural history and wildlife subjects. Auto-focus, 10 frames per second, 10,000 ISO, 30MP cameras allow us to take still and video images faster and with greater precision. Post production photographic software lets us manipulate, correct and perfect our images. But can we take it too far? When do we cross the line into nature-fakery and non-ethical behaviour? Join Mark Peck, wildlife photographer and collections technician in Ornithology/Natural History in a "behind the lens" look at the history and future of wildlife photography. Speaker: Mark Peck, ROM Ornithologist & Photographer
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