Speaker: Dean Newman, SMAS director, local conservationist, photographer
Dean Newman will describe what can happen behind the scenes when shooting wildlife images. Photographing wildlife sounds romantic but can come with a dose of hazardous duty from jungle bites, stings, jabs, and rashes to arctic frostbite, hostile wildlife, and acrobatic stakeouts. Join us as Dean shares his experiences where interacting with wildlife and editors have pushed him to the very brink of endurance, health, and sanity. Dean and his wife Sandy live in St. Mary’s County. He is now retired after 29 years in the Navy and is an avid supporter of conserving wildlife habitat.
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