Photography In Extreme Environments by George Kourounis
Photography In Extreme Environments
George Kourounis is an Explorer In Residence for the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. He specializes in photographing extreme forces of nature worldwide, including: volcanoes, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and other extreme weather events as well as the effects of global climate change. His expeditions have been featured on numerous television programs, including his "Angry Planet" series. Explorer & storm chaser George Kourounis returns to share even more stories about his efforts to photograph and document extreme forces of nature from around the world. From tornadoes and hurricanes, to erupting volcanoes & avalanches, George is always getting up close and personal with Mother Nature whenever she's having a temper tantrum. This presentation features all new imagery and stories that George didn't have time to share with us the last time he visited. So buckle up and hold on as we take a wild ride and learn even more about what it takes to "get the shot" in the most extreme environments on Earth.
Non-members are welcome to visit Mississauga Camera Club meetings to sample our program. There is a cost of $5.00 to attend a meeting. Meetings for 2020-2021 are virtual via ZOOM. Once you have paid your fee online you will be sent a link to access the meeting on ZOOM. You must register at least 48 hours in advance.
To register to attend a Thursday night meeting, email meetingguest [at] MississaugaCameraClub [dot] ca
A link will be sent for payment for the requested meeting.
Presenter's website address: www.stormchaser.ca
Mississauga Camera Club: mississaugacameraclub.ca/mcc or www.facebook.com/MississaugaCameraClub