WhiteLife Photography is a photographic project of conservation and awareness of biodiversity in an extraordinarily didactic and respectful way with the environment. That is why it is perfect to awaken interest and love for nature to children and young people of school age.
We conduct workshops focused on schools where it is explained how, through photography, people can reconnect with wildlife discovering the creatures that are closest to them. We want people to know the wildlife that surrounds them, right where they live, observe and photograph them following certain guidelines. Students and teachers can experiment during this workshop with this type of photography and be surprised by the biodiversity that surrounds them.
Interested schools can contact us through the contact form.
We have an exhibition of 24 photographs of different plants and wildlife photographed following the technique of white background. It has the support of renowned photographers and disseminators Niall Benvie and Clay Bolt. They were who really popularized this photographic technique thanks to their project known all over the world as Meet Your Neighbours (MYN).
We offer the exhibition together with a talk / workshop on the philosophy and objectives of the WhiteLife Photography project as a local spinoff of the international MYN project.
Interested entities can contact us through the contact form.