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Jacob Pitzenberger
Conservation and Wildlife Photographer

I remember crawling through snow covered cut cornfields at the age of 12, dressed in my dad's hunting whites, Canon point-and-shoot film camera in hand, attempting to photograph a flock of geese out feeding in the twilight. I ended up with a roll of completely black photographs. I've learned a lot since then, my pictures actually turn out now, but the thrill is the same as it was that first white cold evening. 


Instagram: @Jacob.pitzenberger

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