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Wildlife

A Personal Selection

Wild & Long

Though I originally made my living as a photojournalist, and then branched out into a range of business activities for many years, since I returned to doing photography full-time in the mid-90's my passion has been the luminous landscape. But an abiding love of nature and the desire to take on new challenges has lead me to increasingly explore wildlife photography. 

This page contains a selection of my personal favourite wildlife images taken in the past few years. At the bottom of the page there are links to the sections that describe the locations as well as articles on the techniques and equipment used to create them.

Birds of  a Feather — Bosque del Apache, 2001

Canon D30 @ ISO 100 using a 400mm f/4 IS DO lens. 1/250 sec @ f/5.6. EFL= 640mm

  Howler Monkey — Costa Rica, 2001

Photographed with a Canon EOS D30 and 100~400mm f/5.6L lens @ 400mm
1/125 sec @ f/9.5 — ISO 400

Big Horn Ram #1 — Grand Canyon, 2000

Photographed with a Canon EOS-1V and 100~400mm f/5.6L IS lens on Fuji Provia 100F

  Muskoka Heron #1 — Ontario, 2000

Photographed with a Canon EOS-1V and 100~400mm f/5.6L IS lens on Fuji Provia 100F

Behindyou, Yellowstone, Feb. 2002
Pentax 67II with Pentax 400mm f/4 ED(IF) lens on Provia 100F

Wildlife pages to be found on this site include...

Bosque del Apache   Costa Rica   Grand Canyon Wildlife   The Salton Sea   Yellowstone Winter Wildlife    

Zoo Photography    Captive Wildlife 

Canon 300mm f/2.8L IS    Canon 400mm f/4 DO IS    Better Beamer    Wimberley Sidekick Mount   

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Concepts: Film speed, Canon EOS D30, Camera, Provia, Velvia, Canon EOS, Canon EOS-1v, Fujifilm

Entities: Canon, sec, Michael Reichmann, Bosque

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