A tri-national environmental organization which the governments of Canada, the United States and Mexico collaborate held a conference in Yellowknife to teach participants how to use their web based application to document specific changes that are occurring in the environment as a result of climate change. I was hired to document the day.
In keeping with first nations tradition a talking circle was established where each member had the opportunity to express themselves and to have their voices heard by the community. A sacred stone was passed along to each participant when it was their turn to speak.
It was the first time I would rely on Fujifilm's new EF-X500 Flash.
Here are some of my favourites.
All photographs shot with Fujifilm XT2, XF16-55 F2.8 and XF50-140 F2.8 Except for the group photo where I used a pocket wizard and Nikon's SB900 flash off camera, I used the Fuji EFX500.