• © Alex Cearns
    © Alex Cearns
  • © Alex Cearns
    © Alex Cearns
  • © Alex Cearns
    © Alex Cearns

Free wildlife photography webinar with Alex Cearns

Pet portraiture superstar Alex Cearns OAM will be hosting a a very special, one-off and free webinar on 17 November at 7pm AEDT. To register, please follow this link.

From the red beaches in the Galapagos Islands, to the wilds of Antarctica, to the Aussie bushland in her very own backyard, Cearns has experienced extreme landscapes, intense heat, and freezing cold, and uncooperative subjects.

She will share her camera set-up, optimal wildlife settings, on-site and off-site workflow, and top tips for getting the shot you see in your mind’s eye. Learn how to photograph wildlife regardless of environments, conditions, or distractions.

This presentation is a must for those who want to get the best from their wildlife photography. It will leave you with a sense of wanderlust to photograph animals through new eyes.

Plus, there's more than $2,000 of SanDisk prizes to giveaway, including 100 SanDisk 128GB MicroSD cards.

Registration for the webinar is essential.


About Alex Cearns

Alex Cearns is the Creative Director of Houndstooth Studio based in Perth, Australia, and specialises in capturing portraits that convey the intrinsic character of her animal subjects.

Cearns is the recipient of over 350 awards for photography, business and philanthropy and in 2019 was awarded an Order Of Australia for services to animal charities through photography. Inspiring others with her joy of working with animals, Cearns' philanthropy and passionate advocacy for animal rescue has earned her high regard among Australia’s animal lovers and a strong following on social media. She is an ambassador for Tamron, Profoto, BenQ, and Spider Holster, and is considered an influencer in photography, business, and pet industry communities.

She regularly judges photography competitions and presents at events. Alex lives with her partner, two rescue dogs, and rescue cat in Perth, Western Australia.

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