WNPS Public Lecture

The February edition of the monthly seminar will see a field veteran of acclaimed prestige delve into the topic of wildlife photography; the art of stepping behind the lens while respecting the ethics of conservation. Hosted by the ‘Wild Life and Nature Protection Society of Sri Lanka’, the lecture opens its doors to one and all, in a bid to collectively enlighten and inspire the general public and wildlife conservationists themselves, of the vitality of general issues which arise with regards to the isle’s flora and fauna.

Why You Should Go

Dive into an insightful lecture conducted by Dr. Lalith Ekanayake, Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist, a veteran whose specialty lies in medicine and has yet been awarded countless medals for his wildlife photography, exhibits of which are displayed on local shores and foreign. Marked as the 1st Sri Lankan to receive the EFIAP, the coveted award by the ‘International Federation of Photographic Art’, Dr. Lalith reflects on how patience is key, particularly when faced with the temptation to prompt the subject animal to act or react in ways which would guarantee captures of brilliance.

Garner insight into the field experiences of the expert himself as he speaks on his views and the ethical means used in photography, educate on the consequences of wildlife endangerment and the importance of capturing wildlife in its natural glory and not tampered with.

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