Log in | Register

Tag Archive | "john e. marriott"

Wild Side – Backlit Beauties (preview)

Story and photography by John E. Marriott There are a number of situations in wildlife photography where conditions get so challenging that the killer shot you’ve been striving for actually gets missed, either by you, or by the camera. Four hours freezing at -40 C might cause you to head home right before the critical […]

Read the full story

Posted in Articles, John E. MarriottComments (0)

Wild Side – The Right Lens For the Job (preview)

Story and photography by John E. Marriott One of the questions I’m asked the most as a wildlife photographer is: What lenses do you recommend for beginners, intermediates and even advanced photographers as they search for ways to become better at the craft of wildlife photography? The most obvious answer is that I recommend you […]

Read the full story

Posted in Articles, John E. MarriottComments (0)

Wild Side – Destination Churchill (preview)

  Story and photography by John E. Marriott After spending all of your hard-earned money over the past several years/decades/lifetimes on camera gear and photographing Canada’s easy-to-get-to photo destinations, like Jasper and Algonquin, you finally have a few dollars to spend on a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife photography adventure. And rather than go on safari or chase […]

Read the full story

Posted in Articles, John E. MarriottComments (0)

Wild Side — It’s All About the Body (preview)

  Story and Photography by John E. Marriott There it was on social media for the world to see — her first great red fox shot. The problem was the image really wasn’t all that great. Yes, it was a wild, unbaited fox, and yes, it was in some fantastic light. She had even nailed […]

Read the full story

Posted in Articles, John E. MarriottComments (0)

Wild Side — Getting Some Long Distance Love (full story)

Imagine this: You’re on a photo tour with me in British Columbia, soaking in the gorgeous early morning light as we search a Chilcotin lake for grizzly bears. We round a corner on the still waters and there she is, the beautiful golden grizzly we photographed the night before, meandering along the shoreline in the […]

Read the full story

Posted in Articles, John E. MarriottComments (0)

Wild Side — Tell a Story and Turn Ordinary Photos into Extraordinary Ones (preview)

Story and photography by John E. Marriott They cling to tiny precipices on our loftiest, snow-clad peaks like high-altitude daredevils, walking minute ledges on sheer rock faces and leaping from crack to crack, their lives always dependent on never making a single misstep. Yet most pictures we see of mountain goats, our most sure-footed mountain […]

Read the full story

Posted in Articles, John E. MarriottComments (0)