Your Results Are In…
Welcome to the messy middle of becoming a conservation photographer!
You've dumped out the puzzle pieces and have the edges finished… now you can really dig in to the process of filling in the knowledge gaps!
My friend, you're well past learning the basics of photography and feel reasonably confident in your technical skills with a camera.
Now you're eager to create photos with more intention. And we're not just talking about compositional skills…
You're seeking more purpose in your photography work – a way to really put your images to work and have them accomplish something important.
And you're excitedly exploring what going bigger might look like for you.
Is it photo stories? Selling prints? Getting into galleries? Starting a collaboration that could lead to big projects?
<<I see you, putting a checkmark next to “All of the above, please!”>>
You KNOW you're ready for the next steps into the conservation photography field, and you're fired up…
despite the nagging sense of overwhelm while grasping at shiny objects and possibilities.
True, there's a lot to learn and consider as you decide your path.
But the most important thing to know right now is this: You're right.
There IS indeed a future for you in conservation photography.
And I'm here to help you find your footing.
These episodes from Impact: The Conservation Photography Podcast
are some of my go-to favorites for
who are ready to double-down on what they know is their creative calling by mastering new essential skills and enjoying boatloads of inspirataion along the way.
Grab your headphones, download these episodes and get ready to press play on turning your boundless creative energy into impactful action!
Your Personalized Playlist
Mindset Secrets To Becoming A Published Conservation Photographer
3 Myths About Conservation Photography That Are Holding You Back With Morgan Heim
How To Attract Photo Editors Without Pitching
3 Steps To Scoring Grants For Your Photography Project
Reactive Shooting Vs Proactive Shooting (And How To Make The Shift)
Be A Better Volunteer With These 7 Business Mindset Strategies
How I Edit A Conservation Photo Story
Getting Your First Conservation Photo Project Out To Multiple Publications With Carla Rhodes
Getting Local Photo Stories In National Mainstream Publications With Anne Readel
Making The Leap Into Conservation Visual Storytelling – Words Of Wisdom From Pros
Be sure to download the episodes to your device so you have them whenever you need – even when you're out of internet range!
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What Listeners Say…
Wonderful insights! Such a great podcast — engaging interviews with talented visual storytellers providing tons of helpful insights, knowledge and tips. Thoroughly enjoyable and a must listen if you want to learn, grow, and make a difference with your photography or filmmaking.
Jaymi offers up an abundance of knowledge, brings a consistent sense of positivity, is an excellent teacher and discusses invaluable topics seemingly in each episode. I constantly find myself looking forward to the next episode. Her organizational skills and effort are apparent by the high quality of this podcast. Do yourself a favor, listen to all of the episodes, and subscribe! You won’t regret it.
Jaymi has created an educational but definitely not boring podcast that layouts the steps to become a conservation photographer. She gives practical advice and ideas (with tons a free worksheets) for beginners. And she interviews the best of the best. A high quality podcast that is worth the subscribe button.
Have we met yet?
Hello! I'm Jaymi Heimbuch
From the time I first picked up a camera to document wildlife, I've focused on putting images to work for the benefit of the natural world.
So that pull you feel? The one that drives you to do something that matters with your photos and films? Yeah, I am right there with you.
Experiencing wilderness and witnessing wildlife is my passion and conservation photography is my purpose. But that goes WAY BEYOND image-making. After 10 years working as a writer and photo editor, I went full-time into conservation photography. And I realized something that changed me…
So many visual storytellers want to make an impact… and have no idea how.
That's when I recognized my own ‘Why': helping my fellow creatives reach their biggest goals in conservation visual storytelling. Because a win for one of us is a win for the entire planet.
I founded Conservation Visual Storytellers Academy to train photographers and filmmakers who have a passion for nature, conservation and science.
Working alongside extraordinary students and members every day fires. me. UP. And I'm thrilled that I now get to work alongside you!