Kirkland, WA – Aaron Baggenstos and George D. Lepp discuss the future of nature photography in the January/February 2020 issue of Outdoor Photographer.
In the featured article, Aaron and George have discussed the latest innovations in technology from in a conversation about what’s on the horizon for outdoor photographers.
“I have shared my experiences and expertise in wildlife photography from travels around the world. The article is a good read for nature and wildlife photographers of all levels. With George Lepp, I have discussed the technological advancement in cameras, hardware and software that is enhancing creativity. I think the world of photography continues to be an exciting journey in the future,” said Aaron Baggenstos.
Aaron is officially recognized by the National Geographic for the past 5 consecutive years in their international photography contest. He is an award-winning wildlife photographer and author. His photographs tell stories that help preserve and protect biodiversity and habitats around the world.
He has received critical acclaim from Nature’s Best, North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA), and the Audubon Society. Recently, several of his images were chosen for the final rounds in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
In this edition of the Outdoor Photographer, some of his images from photographic tours around the globe are included. Aaron also shared his settings, camera, and lenses used to capture each image.
Aaron is the founder of Aaron’s photo tours, a photo tour company that specializes in private photo tours to some of the most beautiful wild habitats on earth. The photo tours are for both beginners and advanced photographers. You can access all the photo tours at https://aaronstours.com/