Last year I have volunteered as a photographer and videographer for Canary Green an environmental NGO based in Tenerife that's acting on sustainable development and solutions around the Canary Islands,
I've been learning a lot about the positive impact we can have on people through environmental conservation. It's been really cool to develop my skills in interviews and reportages, being immersed and understanding the vision and challenges we are confronted with in different aspects of human activities.
One of the best parts of this experience was seeing how our work can actually make a difference in people's lives.
By taking stunning photos and videos, we could show others what's happening in the world and inspire them to take action to protect it. Through storytelling, I had a real ability to educate and inform people about the environment, which was incredibly rewarding.
I've also been learning a lot about how to conduct interviews that really capture what someone is all about. It's important to listen carefully to what people are saying so that you can create a compelling story that really resonates with the audience.
Finally, creating reportage that tells a story and informs people about important environmental issues has been a big part of my work. Through my photography and videography, I showed the beauty of our planet, as well as the threats that it faces.
I hope that by educating people about the importance of conservation, I can inspire them to take action to protect the natural world.
Overall, I felt like my role as a photographer and videographer for Canary Green was a lot like being a journalist. being able to inform and educate, inspire and engage, and to make a real difference in people's lifestyles.
It was a really rewarding mission, and I hope to keep using my skills in the near future to make a positive impact in the world.
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