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Meet Alison Jones, iLCP Photographer of the Month
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Alison Jones is the International League of Conservation Photographers’s (iLCP) ‘Photographer of the Month’! What makes an iLCP Photographer? A commitment to conservation, excellence in photography and a high ethical standard.  Being a conservation photographer is more than just tripping the camera shutter. The real work begins after the pictures are made. What defines an iLCP photographer is a commitment to using powerful images...

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Bush Warriors Photography: Meet Sandesh Kadur, iLCP Photographer of the Month
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From behind his camera, Sandesh Kadur sees the world from a very different angle. His passion for wildlife sets him apart and has earned him worldwide respect as one of the most promising photographers and documentary filmmakers of his generation. Through the use of images both still and video, Sandesh exposes the need for conservation and encourages protection of the world’s bio-diversity. Currently a...

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Bush Warriors Photography & iLCP: Celebrating the International Year of Forests with Amy Gulick
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Being a conservation photographer is more than just tripping the camera shutter. The real work begins after the pictures are made. What defines an iLCP photographer is a commitment to using powerful images for conservation. A shining example of this commitment is iLCP Fellow Amy Gulick. She takes the time to step out from behind the camera and put her images in front of...

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Bringing Conservation Into Focus: The Last Lions
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In the new wildlife adventure, The Last Lions, filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert follow the epic journey of a lioness named Ma di Tau (“Mother of Lions”) as she battles to protect her cubs against a daunting onslaught of enemies in order to ensure their survival. The gripping real-life saga unfolds inside a stark reality: Lions are vanishing from the wild. In the last 50...

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