British Fox UK Storytelling Workshop July 2019
This July 2019 we took 6 young photographers into the field with The Fox Project UK rescue organization. They worked in real situations with rescuers, rehabbers, fosters, and fox enthusiasts. They conceived, shot and edited together an individual photo project to be presented to their peers. See some of their work below.
Our aim with The Canid Project workshops is to provide experiences that will not just focus on photography, but also on how you can use your photography for conservation and education. We also focus strongly on the ethics of wildlife photography, ethics of urban wildlife and wildlife photography, and the proper way to approach and photograph wildlife.
Each workshop is led by carefully selected ethical wildlife photographers. We strive to work with conservation-based organizations and projects that provide unique and intimate information throughout our workshops by way of professional researchers and biologists.
Our workshops target canid species and areas and/or efforts that directly affect these species.
Proceeds from these workshops go directly to The Canid Project to help fund educational endeavors and outreach, the fox rehab in Louisiana, as well conservation partners involved in the subject of the photography workshops.