I’m pleased to offer my photographs to the public as digital downloads with a print license. Available images are posted in my Galleries, and you can order a downloadable file that is licensed for personal printing.
I’m happy to share images captured by some of my clients during our recent photo tour in the Netherlands! We really enjoyed our tour and came back with some phenomenal images. See the complete list of upcoming photo tours and workshops here.
This image of a Great Kiskadee (Pitangus sulphuratus)South Texas Birding Experience Safari was, by far, my favorite capture from my 2016 . I’m heading back down later this week for this year’s adventure with eight enthusiastic clients. We stay in a private, air-conditioned hunting lodge and photograph from a variety of meticulously maintained photo blinds on-site. After a hot day in the blinds, we return for home-cooked meals. 2018 dates for South Texas are TBD, but feel free to contact me if you’re interested about next year’s adventure!
Here’s a shot I got in south Texas using the 200-500mm f/5.6E VR Nikkor near its minimum focus distance of 2.2 meters, showing the good magnification you can get with this lens, especially on a DX Nikon body like the D500. This image is un-cropped, and wouldn’t have been possible with a standard 500mm telephoto without extension tubes.
It’s not every day that Iron Maiden comes to town in their custom jet! I had the opportunity to watch the 747-400 “Ed Force One” arrive in Denver yesterday afternoon. For those of you unfamiliar with the jet, it’s piloted by the lead singer of the band, Bruce Dickinson, who’s a licensed commercial pilot.
Nikon D810 with 70-200mm f/4 AFS G VRII Nikkor 1/1000s f/5.6 ISO 64 (hand-held)