Christopher Dodds is a full-time freelance nature photographer, Canon Northern Explorer of Light (inaugural member), nature photography workshop & safari leader, teacher and lecturer specializing in birds. Many of his images have been published in world-class publications including: National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer Canada, Bird Conservation(American Bird Conservancy) to name just a few.
Chris first discovered his love of the great Canadian outdoors during family and boy scout camping, and canoe and backpacking trips, after moving to Canada from England when he was eight. By the time he was fourteen, Chris thrilled at freezing fleeting glimpses of birds and the resulting ability to study every detail of their intricate beauty. Chris' passion for photography has taken several paths through the years; photojournalism, studio portraiture, commercial and wedding photography to name just a few. He apprenticed in colour and black and white chemical darkrooms, but today embraces the computerized, digital workflow. Chris is passionate about capturing images of nature in an artistic, yet technically perfect, manner.
Today Chris travels to some of the best locations in the world photographing, teaching nature photography workshops and leading nature photography safaris, and he is a popular lecturer. His images are collected and regularly published.
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Huntingdon, Quebec, Canada