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on Jan 28, 2010 in Wildlife Photography, Biological Tips, Yellowstone Life

The Wonders of a Howl

“Moose, watch carefully, the pack is trying to cross the road.” We crept down the road and set up under the OP. From less then 100yrd away, over the ridge, a chorus of howls filled the air. Then on the ridge, 642F appeared and then disappeared as it jogged towards the pups. Then from behind us a lone howl bounced off the falling snow and down to us. It was greeted with another chorus from over the ridge. The beauty of the silence of the falling snow then filled with the howls from Blacktail and Lave Creek Packs was one of those great wildlife photography treasures we’ll never forget!

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on Jan 27, 2010 in Photography, Camera Tech

Just How Clean is a D3s File?

I just love the ladies! I spend as much time with them as I can and today I was surrounded by them so I made some quick portraits. I was shooting with the 200-400VR handheld with the D3s attached. I thought I would share this one because it pretty much demonstrates the quality the D3s is delivering. Keep in mind you’re looking at a 8bit Jpeg when you click on the link. So just check out this image, as in click here, now!

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on Jan 27, 2010 in Wildlife Photography, Biological Tips, Yellowstone Life

The Ridge Line

You might be getting tired of all the sheep photos but I just can’t help myself (and there’s still more to come). While I love showing them off, I want to help you get the same image if you have even a hint of the passion for Bighorns I do. I wanted to talk about ridge lining.

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