In this presentation, I will show a selection of recent images of wildlife including birds of prey and bears. I will also show the gear that I use and go through how and why I used the gear for a particular shot, camera settings and tips for improving your wildlife photography.
The start of my interest in wildlife photography started in 1995, when I went to Banff with family and encountered the Elk, Golden Mantle Ground Squirrel, Chipmunks, and bears…I was hooked! By then, I had a decent SLR in the and a few lenses. My interest was mostly a casual one until I bought my first DSLR in 2005 and my first true telephoto lens. This enabled me to photograph what became my passion: Bald Eagles and other birds of prey. In addition to birds of prey, my other passion is bears. I have completed the CAPA Judging Course, and have been a judge in numerous photography competitions. In addition to judging, I have given talks on my wildlife photography to many of the local camera/photography clubs and other events, such as the Northwest Photofest in Kitimat, BC in August last year.
Wildlife Photography – Jason Kazuta – Thursday Nov 14th, 2019 6pm – 7:30pm
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