|31 October 2014||19:00 - 22:00|
Lou Coetzer's representation of the natural world is beautiful, brutal and boldly graphic. Learn first-hand how his award-winning wildlife and nature photography captures the natural world at its best.
Book tickets online
19.00, 20.00, 21.00
Attenborough Studio, entrance via Cromwell Road
Tickets £20, Members £18
Lou will discuss the portrait photographer's constant search for exquisite light, clean backgrounds and perfect exposures.
He will explain how he infuses his wildlife and nature photography with the same drama, action and storytelling used by sports photographers to perfectly capture the moment.
Explore Lou's most important geographical locations in three 45-minute discussion events taking place 19.00-22.00.
Join us for one or more of these inspiring 45-minute long dialogues:
19.00-19.45 - Migration in the Maasai Mara, Kenya
20.00-20.45 - The Chobe River in Northern Botswana
21.00-21.45 - Etosha in Namibia
This event falls on the Museum's late night opening session in November, so bars will be open from 18.00-21.45.
Tickets for this event do not include access to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
If you would like to attend the exhibition as well as this event you are advised to book tickets soon as they are likely to sell out.
Part of the season of events celebrating the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.