Next Meetup

Darrell Gulin, Canon Explorer of Light
Hosted by Seattle Photographic Darrell Gulin will be showing new images created in 2018 and how many of them were taken. This will include: (1) Images from a Winter Horse Drive at the Hideout Ranch, Wyoming this January. (2) Images taken in February on a trip to Kauai and Maui. He will share how he went about taking and creating those images. (3) Just days before the May program he will be returning from Eastern US gardens and will include images from this visit. (4) As always, he will include images taken in and around his home, including Snow, Rust/Paint designs, Butterflies, Feathers and more. About Darrell Gulin Darrell has been photographing for over 35 years, marketing his work for the last 33 years and has been a full time Nature/Travel Photographer for the last 22 years. He markets his work through Stock Agencies, Editorial Markets, Photography Workshop/Tours, Seminars and Speaking Engagements. His work is represented by GettyImages, Danita Delimont Agency, DRK Photo, and Super Stock Agency. He is one of Canon's Explorer of Light Photographers. He is the past President of the North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA). He has been their keynote speaker and has lead many workshops and programs at their Annual Summits. His photographs have been published in: Outdoor Photographer Newsweek, National Geographic, Audubon, National Wildlife, Birder's World, Sunset, Nature Conservancy, Popular Photography, Natures Best and many more. He has been showcased in almost every major nature calendar including: Audubon, Inner Reflection, Sierra Club, Kodak, Browntrout, Cedo, Nature Conservancy, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, and Day Dream. He is an accomplished speaker/teacher whose credits are too numerous to mention. Also, Darrell was featured on Five Canon Photo Safari television programs where he taught actors/actresses to photograph in the field. He leads the Gulin / Ken & Lydia Strange Workshops as well as Joe Van Os Photo Safaris. He travels around the world capturing special moments photographically.

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