The equipment that I use to capture each and every experience Bodies:
Nikon D3S
Nikon D4
Nikon D800 Lenses:
Nikon 600mm Nikon 200 - 400mm
Nikon 200mm Nikon 14 - 24mm
Nikon 70 - 200mm Nikon 105mm
Although I purchased my first DSLR camera in 2009, I only really became a ‘serious’ amateur photographer after our first trip to Chobe in 2011. Since then it has cost me a fortune in equipment. Early on we made the decision that Liz would use Canon equipment and I went the Nikon route – I know which is better, but I am not saying! I mainly do wildlife photography, however I do enjoy landscape and people photography. There have been some great moments during my short photography life. The Fish Eagles at Chobe are amazing and I love them. On the Chobe River in 2012, we were fortunate to photograph Jacana chicks that were a few days old – this was a serious WOW! I was lucky enough to photograph an Goshawk in the inverted position attacking a group of small birds – unfortunately it missed. My most exciting capture was when a leopard came down to drink at the Chobe River – this was my first sighting of a leopard in the wild and will live in my memories forever. Cambodia was a real eye-opener! We visited the killing fields plus the school that was converted into a prison. The ancient Angkor Wat temples in Siem Reap are incredible and we were fortunate to spend three days photographing the temples. I would strongly recommend a visit to Cambodia. We also visited the south of Thailand – a truly beautiful place!