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I genuinely admire the tack sharp, fiercely detailed, specimen portraits that grace the better magazines and field guides. However, among the photos I make that I find most satisfying are candid, often less perfect images in which the subject; be it bug, bird, beast, or rarely, a human being, is shown immersed in the midst of whatever habitat evolution has allowed him to occupy. And/or some activity he employs to thrive therein. This little Lincoln’s Sparrow, concealed in his thicket of freeze-dried weeds, is an example.
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Camera: Nikon D500
Lens & Filters: Nikkor AFS 200-500mm @500mm
Film and/or ISO: 1250
Aperture: f/13
Shutter speed: 1/250
Location: Gila River, Arizona
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