Join wildlife and landscape photographer Felix Belloin as he takes you on a journey to some of the most extreme places on earth. From Antarctica to Norway and the Arctic, Felix will share his experiences of photographing in these incredible locations.
Speaker: Felix Belloin, Wildlife and Landscape Photographer
Date: Saturday 7th October
Location: The Cambridge & Autumn Photography Show, The Hilton Cambridge, Downing Street
In this talk, Felix will discuss why he is drawn to extreme places, the personal challenges, the opportunity to connect with the wild, and the unique peace and beauty of these environments. He will also explore the behind-the-scenes work involved in photographing in these locations, including the weather conditions, gear, and techniques he uses to capture the perfect shot.
Felix will also show how honing your skills at home can help you capture beautiful wildlife shots, even in your own backyard. He will highlight the amazing wildlife that the UK has to offer, including puffins, owls, badgers, mountain hares, and ptarmigans.
This talk emphasizes the importance of putting the animal first, approaching, photographing, and retreating from a scene without disturbing the subject. Felix believes photography is about capturing moments for personal enjoyment and encourages everyone to share their work and show the beauty that is out there.
Felix Belloin is a wildlife and landscape photographer based in London, UK. His passion lies in capturing the beauty of cold places and the vast, wild spaces that come with them. Felix’s photography is simple, often showing an animal in its natural environment with minimal distraction. He strives to represent things as they are, with very light touch editing to keep the scenes true to life. Felix is dedicated to capturing moments without disturbing his subjects, taking time to approach, photograph, and retreat from a scene. He finds inspiration in his local wildlife areas and on trips to far-flung places around the world, such as Antarctica, Norway, and the Arctic.