Monday, September 14, 2020

“Nature and Conservation Photography” by Roie Galitz

 Welcome back to an exciting camera club year! We are starting with a presentation by an outstanding photographer: Roie Galitz. Please look at the information below!  

First NHCC Meeting for 2020-2021 

Join us on Zoom at 7pm 

(Invitation by email)


Monday, September 14, 2020: 

“Nature and Conservation Photography” by Roie Galitz 

About Roie Galitz 

Keynote speaker Roie Galitz is one of the world’s top wildlife photographers and an experienced speaker. He loves showing the beauty of the world and strives to take pictures no one has seen before. His passion for animals and nature has also motivated him to raise environmental awareness, recently he has even given an hour and a half talk in the United Nations HQ and spoke in several global conferences.  

Roie Galitz lives and breathes photography. To Roie, a unique perspective, in photography and life, can actualize any vision. Roie has impressive knowledge about photography and he aims to pass it on to as many as possible. In 2007, he founded his own school of photography in Israel called Galitz School of Photography, which has over 23,000 graduates so far. He is also the editor-in-chief of the popular photography magazine Composition Magazine as well as the founder of Phototeva, which is a photography exhibitions company with many exciting destinations and photographers, who get to live their dream. He is also the ambassador for Nikon Israel, Global DJI and Mediterranean Greenpeace  

Roie has received over a hundred international awards and honorable mentions over the years for his amazing unique photos – his talent is undeniable. In his fascinating keynotes he talks about his personal experiences with photographing animals in extreme conditions. Roie will teach his audiences helpful tools and strategies to get the best shots – as photographers, nature lovers, business men and women. Roie is able to customize his keynotes to any organization or audience and will be an interesting and fascinating addition to any event. 


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