“Snow Geese Heading Home” was created with the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II lens with the EOS-1D Mark IV. ISO 50. Evaluative metering +1 stop: 1/13 sec. at f/14 in Tv Mode.
Mario Fazekas of Kruger-2-Kalahari.com has kindly posted a fine 15-question interview of yours truly here. Be sure to surf around the site after you read the interview and check out some really fine African nature photography.
Here is a short excerpt from the interview:
7. Of your many IPT (Instructional Photo-Tour) workshops, which is your favorite and why?
Bosque del Apache NWR because of the birds, the spectacle, the light, and the connection to the memory of my beloved late wife, Elaine Belsky Morris. As I put the finishing touches on this interview my group is enjoying Bosque at its incredible best…
8. What makes a workshop successful from the student’s perspective?
Learning to think like a pro, learning to evaluate situations, getting some great images, and having an instructor who gives a damn.
Seeing me at work in the field, always moving, always switching gear and gears. And of course the killer classroom sessions where a good part of the learning occurs.
Peter Kes, who designed and created both the new BIRDSASART.com and the Blog that you are now reading created this image of me on the recent Bosque IPT where he served as one of our great co-leaders. He posted this in the Friends and Family Forum at BPN here under the title, “Boss del Apache.” You gotta love it. This image is courtesy of and copyright 2010/Peter Kes. Check out Peter’s excellent, interesting and informative photo blog, Nature Notions, here or inquire about having him design your web site or blog.
Here is a list of the gear used to create the Bosque image above.
If you are considering the purchase of a major piece of photographic gear be it a new camera, a long lens, a tripod or a head, or some accessories be sure to check out our complete Shopper’s Guide.