Welcome to the Official Launch of The Giving Lens

Givign back through Photo Education


Have you ever wanted to find a way to truly make a difference through your passion of photography? Ever wanted to increase your photography skills in an environment where the cultures you are documenting actually benefit from your interaction? Ever think that photography could help change the world? If you answered YES to any of these questions then THE GIVING LENS is for you!

I want to thank +Lauren Hurst +Casey McCallister and +Kate Siobhan Havercroft who make up the TGL Team and helped make this launch possible!

 


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Upcoming Photo Workshop Adventures...

Namibia Photo Workshop

October 14th – 25th, 2020
 
Namibia is home to some of the most incredible desert landscapes and wildlife on the planet. From the great sand dunes of Sossusvlei to the remote Himba tribes of Northern Namibia to the amazing mixture of wildlife found in the country, Namibia is a photographers paradise. Here you will find large populations of cheetahs, lions, rhino, elephants, buffalo and much more!

Ice Cave Hiker Photographer Photo Workshop Icelancd

Iceland Winter Photo Workshop – Ice Caves & Auroras

February 17th – 24th, 2020
 
Winter in Iceland is one of those unique experiences that everyone should have at least once in their life. With this workshop, we will focus our time on the South of Iceland, focusing our time on Ice Caves, Northern Lights, and glaciers, but we will also photograph a number of waterfalls such as Gullfoss, Bruarfoss, Seljalandsfoss, Skogarfoss and more.

Seiser Alm Sunrise - Dolomites Photography Workshop

Dolomites Photography Workshop

Oct. 27th – Nov. 3rd, 2020
 
Come join us on an adventure of a lifetime to the amazing Italian Dolomites. We will photograph and explore incredible mountain peaks, beautiful reflected lakes and gorgeous fall colors as we move throughout one of the most impressive mountain ranges in the world.

Jaguar Big Cat Brazil Pantanal

Brazil – Jaguars of the Pantanal

October 4th – 10th, 2020
 
The Pantanal region of Brazil is known as the land of the Jaguar. Nowhere else on Earth is there a higher concentration of these elusive big cats than this remote region of Southern Brazil, close to the Southern Amazon Basin. In addtion to Jaguars, you will see Caimen, Capybara and a wide assortment of birds.

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