The ILPA Landscape and Wildlife Photography Weekly Newsletter for Feb. 10, 2017, the Bison issue, is published!
Follow the link to read this week’s edition of the ILPA weekly . Some of the highlights include articles about the reintroduction of bison into the wild in Banff National Park, a new 48MP sensor developed by Panasonic that allows recording of 8K video at 30 fps and an offer for a free license of DxO Optics Pro 9 until the end of February. Don’t miss out on a free version of this amazing software. We’ve even included links to the DxO Optics tutorials to help you to hit the ground running editing your own pictures for free with a very capably editing software suite. AND, I’ve collected another 68 landscape and wildlife photography articles to include in this edition of The ILPA Weekly,… for you.
On behalf of ILPA I’m happy to bring you this issue of the ILPA Landscape and Wildlife Photography Weekly newsletter. If you haven’t heard about the newsletter yet then I hope you’ll enjoy it. I also hope that you choose to sign up to receive it in your email inbox every Friday too. You can sign up for the ILPA Weekly newsletter by clicking the “subscribe” button on the top right of this page, or on the button found in top right of the newsletter front page, just below the banner photograph.
Each week I collect articles from around the world and showcase my interesting finds in the ILPA Weekly. I do this because two of the key points in of the ILPA mission statement, They state that we are bringing [international] landscape photographers together to learn more and to communicate more through our art, through our photography. The weekly does a big job in helping us to accomplish this B-HAG mandate. What is our Big Hairy Audacious Goal (B-HAG) of a mission statement you may ask …?
The ILPA mission statement is:
“Bringing landscape photographers together to Learn More, See More, Feel More and Communicate more through our art!”
Speaking about B-HAGs, our lead story is about the brought to us by Parks Canada. It’s about the BHAG of Parks Canada to reintroduce Bison into the wild in Banff National Park during a 5 year project. Be sure to read about this monumental task being undertaken.
Thank you for your interest in the ILPA Weekly, and I hope this week’s edition lives up to your expectations.