Our environment is changing rapidly. The world’s population is spreading out across the land and its natural beauty is giving way to industry, technology and manmade expansion. This is not a political statement, but a fact.
Landscape and nature photographers recognize this best as they see firsthand how once virgin lands are being transformed to subdivisions, skyscrapers, factories, and super-highways. Wildlife is forced to find new habitats to survive. As a result, photographers continuously search for places to record the once abundant natural beauty we have remaining. The mission of the landscape and nature photographer is so important now because, someday, it will be gone!
Hello, my name is Dennis Howe. I recently retired and have now turned attention to my lifelong passion of photography. It gives me great satisfaction to share with the world the beauty I see through my lens. It is not a job, but a labor of love
I hope you enjoy viewing these images as much as I enjoyed creating them. If so, this is my measurement of success.
Often, some interested readers will want to know about the type of equipment used to create these images. However, I must say that a great image is never created by equipment. Rather, is a photographer’s vision. The items listed below are tools to assist the photographer in achieving that vision. These equipment items have always been reliable and I wholeheartedly recommend.
Full-Frame SLR Cameras
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon 6D Mark II (for video usage as well)
Canon 16-35mm (“L” Lens)
Canon 28-135mm (standard lens)
Canon 100-400mm (“L” Lens)
Lee 10 Stop Neutral Density (ND) “Big Stopper”
Lee .3, .6, Soft Graduated ND filters
Tripod, Gimbal and Miscellaneous
Zhiyun Crane 2 gimbal
Really Right Stuff Ballhead and Canon camera adapters