In this episode of OPG LIVE, professional photographer Ian Plant shares stories and photos from his recent trip to Senja, Norway. Ian also interviews his fellow pro photographer and OPG contributor Zac Mills about his experience photographing Sumatran orangutans, mountain gorillas, and the big cats of Africa.
joel sartore national geographic photographer has focused on almost extinct species by photographing them and drawing attention to them…called “the Ark” just fyi
I am going to the big island of Hawaii in a few months. Not sure how close I can get to the volcano, but any advice about keeping my equipment safe when shooting in the area?
Really enjoy the description of your photoshoots – very surprised you only took 20-30 photos, what do you feel prevented you from taking more and experimenting more with perhaps random shots or varying views of some of the scenes?
I’m a begiiner with a basic Nikon D550 what telophoto lens would you recommend for a safari in kenya
Do you usually crop your landscape photos after composing?
You mention a wide angle focus lens, what mm are you using
Talk about the number of images you captured and the number you would call keepers. 500 taken, keep 50 ?
What kind of tripod do you use when hiking
what gear did you use
When you go to a place like this and you know that conditions may be less than ideal, do you have a list of back of subjects that you can shoot?
When you are no longer young, how physically difficult is it to make this type of trip to Norway?
No suntan from your trip to Scandinavia?
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Good fo every one
Can’t wait for trip to Norway. I was there in the fall with lots of sunshine. It’s gorgeous =, too bad you missed it.
Hello! Just a general question. Will the webinar be available for viewing at a later time/date? I won’t be able to make it at the scheduled time. By the way, great photos of Senja, Norway!