A phototour usually starts early in the morning. In summer I’m able to take the first photo with the first ray of sunshine. My favourite things when I’m on tour are snails and snail shells (which I also like to keep when they’re empty), wildflowers, thorns, audio books, and quiet music. Bread or nuts for geese and birds are also often a good thing to have.
Nature photographs are usually taken with the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and 100mm lense.
I started macro nature photography with the Canon EOS 450D and 60mm lense.
Like with every shoot I work on, I only use natural lighting, though I try to befriend myself with a detachable flash I got in 2015, slowly but surely.
I edit my photos with Photoshop CS3.
A perfect night of editing in summer would be a couple of good results, a nice dish to eat, icecold lemonade, a bucket with cold water for my feet, listening to Gronkh’s twitch stream on a friday night, and having my purring tiger near me.
A perfect night of editing in winter would be a couple of good results, which gets harder at the end of the year, a nice dish to eat, hot chocolate and cookies, a bucket with warm water for my feet, listening to Gronkh’s twitch stream on a friday night, and having my purring tiger on my lap.
I would love to be able to sell my nature photographs on greeting cards.