Well I wanted to share a couple of things with you all. First off I have broke the 200 images and am well on my way to breaking 300! Secondly I wanted to share a little bit about the use of extenders and turning your regular lenses into macro lenses for 5$
All these images of bees and bugs where taken with a 18-55mm lens and a 5$ attachment on amazon. However the trick is in lighting your subjects with flash.
Using no more than a white piece of paper and a speed light flash on top of the camera you can work wonders on your subjects bringing them to life within the frame.
Well Recently I would also love to share with you some amazing captures of North American Beavers and a coyote couple but they are coming...
Well I have been photographing wildlife for little over five years and recently have been working on a collection of images capturing the connection between animals.
There is something truly unique when developing a unique style portraying a story and connection between wildlife.
After many hours in the bush I can easily say that the images with the most impact are the ones with one subject interacting with another. Eye contact is not always the focus point but sometimes it does help to create a connection with the viewer.
Its always amazing what you find when you get out there and put in the time. You never know what you are going to come across.
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