Talk at Glazer’s Photofest in Seattle
A question I get all the time is “How do you deal with polar bears?” And my response, after talking about how it works with polar bears, is followed by an extra thought. Polar bears are not, by far, the biggest problem I face in the field. The biggest thing I face is failure, and often it takes everything I have to keep pushing through the things I dislike.
Come visit me and the other speakers, come play with cameras at the Glazer’s Photofest. It’s Seattle’s biggest photography event and there will be lots happening both Saturday and Sunday.
Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019 Time: 10:15am -11:15am
Where: Glazer's Camera 400 Dexter Ave N Seattle 98109 United States Collective Room D - Alpenglow
Description: Great photographs transport us to the moment the shutter clicked. Yet truthfully, all the work happens in the hours and months before that moment. We rarely hear about the obstacles that stood in the path of great photographs.
National Geographic photographer Kiliii Yuyan takes us behind the process of his favorite images, as he works through circling polar bears, sickness from botulism, and the initial distrust of an Alaska Native community. Kiliii speaks about the invisible things that give a photographer true grit— optimism, focus, and perserverance.
May 16, 2019 @ 10:47 pm
People forget also that photography in the cold makes hit fingers hurt!! Gloves off on off on
June 1, 2019 @ 12:02 pm
Yet another great talk!