Paul Sayegh is an award-winning photographer and Big Canoe resident who has traveled the world in a lifetime pursuit of capturing unique images of wildlife in their natural habitat.
He will host a Big Canoe Expert Series presentation at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 22, at the Beach Club that will offer tips and tricks – leave the tripod at home! – on how to find and photograph wildlife.
From Antarctica to the North Pole, Paul has photographed elephants, whales, bears, hummingbirds, eagles (including the convocation that lives on Lake Petit), and hundreds of other species in stunning detail.
Paul has won numerous awards and has been published in numerous magazines. He is a staff photographer for Smoke Signals newspaper, for which he won second place in the Georgia Press Association Better Newspaper Contest for “Postcards from Big Canoe,” a spread featuring shots from Big Canoe’s 2022 Fourth of July weekend gathering.
Expert Series programs are free, and open to the community without prior registration. A part of the Knowledge Series, the Expert Series taps Big Canoe residents for presentations on their areas of expertise. For further information, contact Cal Johnson at 404-373-0748.
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