“Most of us would probably have difficulty recalling the statistics that flowed so
persuasively throughout Al Gore’s elegant film, An Inconvenient Truth.
The drowning polar bear was another matter!
The bear was the film’s saddest sight and the thought of the North Pole’s most powerful creature struggling to span
the ever-increasing distances between Arctic ice floes was eloquent proof of photography’s ability
to carry an argument across another of nature’s great expanses.I’m talking about the gap that exists between the brain and its even more influential partner, the human heart.
Al’s flow charts made you think about global warming
but it took the bear to make you feel the heat of the argument.”
“The 11th Hour” Movie
Movie Review by Sandra Hall
Sydney Morning Herald, October 8th, 2007
Camera’s for Conservation is dedicated to using the power of photography to educate, highlight the challenges and bring positive change for the earth, our communities and all those we share this beautiful planet with.
David Jenkins – C4C Co Founder
A professional photographer for the past twenty eight years David is passionate about creating ‘Images that Change the World’ and that show ‘Reflections of the Spirit’! To learn more about David please follow this link – David Jenkins
Jake Parker – C4C Co Founder
Over the past two years Jake has been an integral crew member with Sea Shepherd’s Souther Ocean anti-poaching campaigns as well as documenting the Bentley Blockade anti fracking/CSG in northern NSW, Australia.
At C4C we strongly believe in reusing, recycling and repurposing anything rather than see it simply discarded. Camera technology is moving so fast these days but it doesn’t mean that yesterdays camera’s aren’t still awesome cameras with lots of life, adventures and images in them yet. Find out more here – Camera Repurposing