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Kimberly Coleman P.


Concord, CA

Member since:

August 25, 2013

What does "conservation photography" mean to you?

Example- I own 2 wild mustangs that I gentled and ride. I go out to the desert to photograph the herds for art and to share with rescue organizations. Conservation can mean more than one thing but in this context- look but don't touch. Be thankful to witness nature, capture the moment and then educate the public and our government.

What is your favorite subject matter?

Clouds, sunsets, all animals and birds, land or sea, flowers, textures and the endless gifts from nature!

What camera do you currently use?

Nikon D800e and my backup Nikon D2.


For 17 years, I photographed clients outdoors.Founding member of NCPP, past President and print competition chair. I have loan collection prints and was featured in the PPA membership booklet. I look forward to a new canvas and friends.

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