Wild Photo Adventures TV Series 202

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24 Responses to “Wild Photo Adventures TV Series 202”


  1. WildlifePanorama

    great video, to see & contribute to some fantastic wildlife photography from all over the world take a look Wildlife Panorama dot com.

  2. bmode36

    like your show on PBS

  3. Superanthony2006

    Wow , it looks like a 18 points buck right there .

  4. khurramChaudhary

    5% photography, 95% talking.

  5. andrewinpompey

    Love your videos. They are the next best thing to actually being there!!

  6. douggardner1

    because i normally shoot in situations where full camo is required…..the camo stays on my lens all the time and it helps protect the lens for dings. As for the color issue; the lens is white under the camo so to an animal it will show up as white

  7. Emily Wolf

    than why camo the lens since its probly grey or black?

  8. whisperingpictures

    You need to also tell hderoest that you don’t need a Land Rover and it doesn’t have to be green!

  9. justin peden

    you seem like a smart mouth in your comments so i dislike

  10. f1azp

    I might be wrong, but I think he’s using a Canon 1D with a 500mm lens. You can get them for 10 grand give or take a couple of thousands. If money is not an issue I would go for a Canon 7D with a 70mm-200mm F2.8 lens and a 2x extender.
    

  11. GingaBoySwag

    Hey man just a question…so i love photography and i was looking for a good camera then i ran along your profile…what type of camera are you using> im looking to do a MAJOR upgrade price doesnt really matter! thanks bud!

  12. kbudiarto

    looks like hderoest got owned! i guess he never went hunting before.

  13. Johnathan Aulabaugh

    the teleconverter will not work on the consumer zoom lenses like the 70-300mm. great versatile lens though

  14. KWCARVING

    i wish i could afford to do this as a job!, i cant even afford to get a decent lens right now for all my wild life i use the nikkor 105mm f.2.8 micro haha not exactly the best for it 

  15. douggardner1

    Actually “fool” might be the right choice of words! Like most large mammals, they only see “black & white” or shades of grey. So my red jacket seen in B&W appears dark grey. The camo stays on my lens all the time and the reason I wore a red jacket is for safety from hunters mistaken me for an animal and it adds a nice splash of color too!

  16. hendrik rsyl

    camo on the lens, and wear a RED jacket…. OK… i get it…. i’m the fool.

  17. Mark Adams

    Whats the difference between a bison and a bufalo?? You cant wash your hands in a buffalo…………well i think that one works better if you have a Devon accient. Great video really enjoyed it. thank you.

  18. Gradimir Jovtchev

    Interesting film and very nice pics.

  19. chackk12

    I’m jelaous

  20. SlingerDun

    Could you recommend the 1.7 x teleconvertor for consumer zoom lenses like the AF 70-210 or 70-300

  21. MrMonkwood

    Do you or can you do a beginners series? Like how to started in that kinda business and what is a good starter camera.

  22. Mike Z

    I agree with jerseyman.

  23. silverstonedwolf1

    i wish i had these kind of cameras right now all i have is a 16 mega pixel camera 

  24. Veldranian

    Hey Doug
    I’m 13 years old, and really intrested in Wildlife photography. I have a Canon EOS 20d. Also, a 90-300mm lens. I am saving up for a 50-500mm. I was wandering if you new any good places to buy cheap lenses. If you have any tips for a beginer, I will be truely honoured. another question, do you know any good places to photograph in the west midlands (that where I am located) When does Wild Photo Adventure start. I heard it starts in April 2011 but coudln;’t find it. Hope you can help