Wild Wonders with Robert O’Toole - May 28th, 2019

Creative Wildlife Photography


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On May 28 th , 2019, Lancaster Photography Association is honored to have Robert O’Toole come and speak to us about getting artistic images of wildlife with impact. We are always wanting to learn and grow as photographers and this presentation will be amazing!

Robert O’Toole is a multi-award-winning wildlife photography with 15 years of experience working in more than 25 countries around the world.

He is the Editor of RobertOToolePhotography.com and has been writing on the site since 2008.

Robert is available to hire for a custom private tour anywhere in the world. As a full-time professional nature photographer specializing in wildlife, he has spent the last 15 years traveling all over the world shooting and helping others grow photographically through his tours, image presentations and workshops. If you are interested in a custom tour or training, please do contact Robert.

To see his wildlife photography work and find out more about his photo tours see his main photography site: www.RobertOToolePhotography.com.

Experience gained from more than a decade shooting both Canon and Nikon systems professionally puts Robert in a position to offer a depth and level of advice and instruction that is just not available with anyone else in the industry.

For more than ten years Robert utilized the services of NPS, Nikon Professional Services, and CPS, Canon Professional Services.
Some of his favorite images can be seen in various publications, most recently in Alaska Magazine, Bloomberg Weekly and an award in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

Through his work Robert hopes to inspire people to appreciate, enjoy, and take action to protect the natural environment.

You can follow Robert’s photographic adventures on Instagram and Facebook.

A bit more about Robert: He is currently based in southern California and when he is not shooting or scouting new locations he enjoys a passion for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and trains daily.

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