Lightroom 3 is now only $69.95 at B & H!
Great deal at B and H on the Canon 5D II!
Great deals on SanDisk memory cards
WPOTY grand prize winner — what do you think?
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Since B and H sent me this lens to review (and I ended up buying it), I’ve really been enjoying its outstanding image quality and versatility. B and H currently has a $100 instant rebate on the lens. Click the picture below if you’re interested in picking up one of these beauties. The rebate lasts [...]
Canon Mark IV available at B and H!
Nikon D3s now in stock at B and H
I recently was invited to appear as a guest on the Fotobug website as their featured podcast guest.
Hi, just a quick note to say that this site has passed the 100,000 visitor mark. That’s right, I’ve had 100,000 visits since I put up this site about 13 months ago. Indeed, traffic is increasing so much that just this morning I had to buy 10 GB of extra site traffic space. Wireless Internet [...]
I’m pleased to announce that my friend and photo tour client Dennis Goulet has won the Grand Prize in this year Audubon/Nature’s Best Birds in Focus contest! Dennis’ image of a green-breasted mango hummingbird in flight was taken at one of the multi-flash setups that Joe and Mary Ann McDonald and I set up as [...]
Adding a little tropical warmth and color to your home this winter might be just what the doctor ordered for you or someone on your holiday gift list. From now until the end of the year, you can save 20% on every Deep Green Photography Fine Art Print you order. Just enter the coupon code [...]
The Deep Green website and blog have undergone an extreme makeover. I hope you enjoy the new site!
I’m pleased to announce that Judd Patterson has won a highly honored award in this year’s Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice photography competition. Judd, who is a great nature photographer, won the award with a beautiful image of a male quetzal taken while on a private bird photography trip organized by my Costa Rica photo [...]
Just wanted to give a big congrats to my good friend Doug Brown, who won runner-up in the Animal Portraits category of this year’s contest. It’s a great achievement, and Doug’s image of a peregrine falcon in high-key is a beautiful, artistic image. Doug just gave me a call from London, and he said it’s [...]
We had an earthquake last night, and the epicenter was only 11 km from our house. I’ve received a number of e-mails from people who saw something about the quake on the news so I just wanted to let people know that we’re all just fine. The quake (caused by regular movement of the Cocos [...]
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A few years ago, Canon Europe asked me to work with them on a video series featuring different photographers in action. In addition to documentary photographer Erik Refner and sports photographer Clive Rose, Canon chose me as a wildlife photographer working in an exotic locale. I believe they used the video in trade shows and [...]
This is just a brief follow-up to the drama surrounding the Iberian wolf picture that originally won the grand prize in the Veolia (BBC) Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. I have obtained permission from Jose Benito Ruiz (widely considered the best nature photographer in Spain and a past judge for the competition, www.josebruiz.com) to [...]
As many of you are probably aware, Mr. Jose Luis Rodriguez, the grand prize winner of the most important nature photography contest in the world, has been stripped of his award and banned for life from entering the competition again. In a nutshell, a group of Spanish photographers raised questions regarding whether the wolf in [...]
Check out the thread below on NatureScapes for a checked luggage option from Greg Downing. Greg brings these to Costa Rica for his hummingbird trips with my photo tour company every year, and they are quite nice. Could be a good option for those of you who travel a lot with your photo gear. http://www.naturescapes.net/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=169465 [...]
Well, I know that new US regulations for carry-ons have been causing concern for many of you traveling overseas and having to fly through or return to the US. I’m happy to report that I had no trouble flying from Costa Rica to the US on January 6. And I’ve been following threads related to [...]
Back in the mid-1990s, while studying environmental politics and tropical ecology in grad school in St. Louis, MO, I worked at the world-renowned Missouri Botanical Garden. It was a great experience that taught me a lot about tropical plants and also produced some lasting contacts. These contacts led me to propose an idea for a [...]
I’m happy to report that I won a highly-honored award in the Nature’s Best 2009 Windland Smith Rice Competition. This was the first contest I’ve entered so I was really happy to get something. Since I got lucky on the first try, maybe I should retire and go out on top It really is a [...]