Oklahoma based nature and conservation photographer Kim Baker has been photographing the diverse landscape of her native state for over 25 years “The land of Oklahoma, its rivers, lakes, mountains and prairies inspire me; I feel like I have barely scratched the surface of amazing places to photograph in Oklahoma”.
One of Kim’s enduring goals is to help dispel the myth that the land of Oklahoma is a barren landscape with little aesthetic value. With so much ecological and geological diversity, Oklahoma is truly a photographer’s paradise.
The core of Kim’s photographic philosophy is to capture dynamic photographs with magnificent light – eliminating the need for unnatural looking post processing after the shutter has been tripped. To take advantage of the best light a photographer needs to get out early and stay out late.
In Kim’s nature photography workshops, she shares her techniques for capturing stunning photographs, including the use of design elements that draws the viewers eye into the picture. Learn Kim’s tips for getting out on the Oklahoma land and bringing back pictures that truly represent its beautiful reality.
Fall 2012 Workshop Update.
Thank you to those who have expressed interest in my nature photography workshops.
I will not be offering 2012 Fall workshops. I am taking time to get out in the field this fall season! Take the opportunity to get out and capture your own great shots this fall season.
Please check back soon for my Spring 2013 nature and landscape photography workshop schedule.
Kim’s 2011- 2012 Oklahoma nature photography workshop schedule