APAC’s Thirty-Seventh Annual Photographic Seminar

By Doreen Jung, Arts Editor. At APAC’s 37th Annual Photographic Seminar, internationally acclaimed photographer, Frans Lanting will introduce participants to different ways to interpret the natural world with a camera. He will share his unique approach to photography which applies innovations to the traditions of visual storytelling.

Pictured at right: Elephant at dawn. By Frans Lanting

Frans Lanting has been hailed as one of the great photographers of our time. For three decades he has documented wildlife from the Amazon to Antarctica, capturing images that convey a passion for nature and a sense of wonder about our living planet. “Mr. Lanting’s photographs take creatures that have become ordinary and transform them into haunting new visions” proclaims The New York Times. His work appears in books, magazines, and in exhibitions around the world.

A National Geographic photographer, Lanting has produced photo essays profiling ecological hot spots, American landscapes, and wildlife around the globe. His books have received awards and acclaim. “No one turns animals into art more completely than Frans Lanting,” writes The New Yorker.

Lanting’s presentations feature spectacular imagery and inspiring commentary on photography. He has a gift for connecting us with the lives of animals and showing us the world through their eyes. His powerful personal perspective illuminates the big stories behind his images.

For more information and registration, visit www.apac.bc.ca.

Lion photo by Frans Lanting

Lion photo by Frans Lanting

APAC 37th Annual Photographic Seminar
October 25, 2014
Michael J Fox Theatre
7373 MacPherson Ave, Burnaby, BC

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