A great many of you guys follow me on various social media platforms but I was a little slow off the mark with Instagram. These days I think I enjoy sharing things there more than any other platform so I would love to see you over there! I find that different photographers use Instagram in different ways. Some only share photos taken with their mobile devices. Some will only share their very best work and others share behind the scenes style photos. I tend to fall somewhere in the middle of all of these things as several people have commented in the past that they enjoy both my final images, but also a look into my daily life and routines.
Here’s a few things I shared from a recent wildlife photo expedition to the Chilcotin Mountains of British Columbia. Hope to see you on Instagram soon!
“I see you over there. Just know that I could come over and eat you….” #grizzly #bear #thatsanawfullybigbeaver #photography #beautifulBC #canon #kayak #fall
Documenting this latest adventure was important to me so that I could tell the whole story in the various publications that will run the images. I rigged up a #canon Eos-M on a Manfrotto Magic Arm and attached a Canon 8-15 fisheye lens to it using an adapter. The camera could be fired on a 2 second delay with an IR remote. #photography #proselfie #exploreBC @reallyrightstuff @peakdesign @aquatech_imagingsolutions @arcteryx #200400 #tripod #adventure #kayak
Light pockets. The photographer’s dream. Especially when there’s a #grizzly #bear sitting in it. My kayaks low angle provided the perfect perspective again for this shot. #exploreBC @hellobc #beautifulBC #photography #canon #200400 #nature #wildlife #bears #exploremore