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Women in wildlife photography/film-making

by Esterderoij.

Part of a freelance career in any field is that it requires a lot of networking. At symposiums, over a cup of coffee, and via social media. Places where you can share stories about a particular close call, exchange tips about techniques and locations or just to update someone about a current project you’re working (or have finished working) on.

As I spend more and more time in the company of like-minded conservationists, I frequently find myself surrounded by men. Having grown up with two older brothers means this is not a situation I find particularly uncomfortable but it is something I am noticing more and more.

Likewise, a friend who is a researcher for a natural history production company has made some similar observations, and we sometimes ask ourselves (and each other)…

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