A Showcase of Images From our Costa Rica Guests
One of the great joys in helping people become better photographers is to see them improve and begin creating great images. On our last photo tour to Costa Rica our guests produced some beautiful photographs. The following link shows some of the images they submitted to showcase their work. We’re currently working on a new website which will have the ability to present the work of our guests on a more regular basis. Until that is done and up to speed we’re going to share their images with the world via our blog page. Take a look and note the copyright watermark on each image which will tell you who shot the photo. I hope you enjoy these as much as Tanya and I do. Congratulations to all the folks who traveled with us and did such a great job documenting the beautiful animals and scenery of this beautiful country.
The above image by Charlotte Kidd is stunning! She shot this with her new mirrorless camera – an Olympus E-PL3. The E-Pl3 did well with static subjects but she struggled with the monkeys moving through the trees and other fast moving creatures.
Steve and his wife Elizabeth worked hard to get an image of this Howler monkey. Steve was never far from either his 200-400mm or 600mm Nikkor lenses, even on long hikes down the trail through the Osa rainforest. Having a large lens paid off by allowing Steve and Elizabeth to capture this gorgeous image on a vigorous hike into the forest one morning.
Fred Kurtz, who’s only been shooting for a short period of time, has traveled to many places all over the world for his photos. The Costa Rica trip was his first with an emphasis on wildlife. He did a great job and came away completely jazzed about wildlife and nature. So much, in fact, that he booked for our Kenya trip immediately upon arriving home.
Congratulations to all our guests for doing such a wonderful job with their photography in Costa Rica. You can see more of their work by clicking on the following link that showcases their beautiful images: