If you love nature, life, and a bit of photography, then you have arrived at the right place.
My philosophy in nature photography is simple: Enjoy your time you in nature, whether or not you capture a single image. It is the experience and the memories gathered that matter the most.
Polar Bear - Churchill Wildlife Management Area, Manitoba © Jim Clark
Jim's Polar Bear Image on Display on Thomas Reuters Building - Times Square, New York City. Image by Tom Jankowski (c)
For me nature photography is not a means to an end, but instead, another avenue that gets me into the field. Photography is a tool that helps me convey to others the wonders of nature. Whether photographing polar bears along the Hudson Bay or just photographing songbirds outside my door, nature fascinates me to no end. I hope it does the same for you.
From seminar attendee: "I can't begin to list the number of things I learned from your presentations. The information you shared was enjoyable, educational, fun, and inspirational. I appreciate the work you've put in through the years to master the craft of photography and your willingness to share those experiences in an open, enjoyable, and very personal matter."
"We are lucky to have Jim Clark, who is not only an accomplished photographer, but a great teacher. He is enthusiastic, patient, humorous, and willing to impart his knowledge to his students. I've love to take another class or 10 from him."
"Jim is a great teacher. He provides a photographic learning experiene for all levels and makes it fun. He's receptive to our questions and gives advie that will make us better photographers. Many participants have done this program before -- multiple times and I can say I will seriously consider doing it another time."
LATEST NEWS & VIEWS
|News from Jim Clark Photo - March 2020|
I can’t believe 2019 has ended and we are now embarking on a new decade! While I have decreased my work schedule over the past few years, I continue to stay active in nature photography through my workshops at the Chincoteague Bay Field Station and my work with Defenders of Wildlife,... [Read More]