Despite taking hundreds of trips to Japan’s iconic mountain, this photographer has never climbed it.
Takashi Nakazawa is from Tokyo, Japan, and fell in love with Mount Fuji when he first visited it seven years ago. Since then, he’s traveled to the mountain almost every single weekend, amassing an estimated 70,000 photos. He often makes the drive from Tokyo in the dark of the night, and stops at a nearby mountain, lake, or road, and sleeps in his car until dawn, his favorite time to photograph the mountain.
I flew my drone high above the huge flocks of lesser flamingos (Phoeniconaias minor) at the muddy banks of Lake Bogoria (Kenya), where they find their favourite food, cyanobacteria of the spirulina genus, in the alkaline water of the lake. Because of the dry season, minerals and salts from the volcanic subsoil are highly concentrated, creating an explosion of rich colours that is visible from the air. The pink colour of the flamingos perfectly complemented the colour range of the great artist Mother Earth.
DJI Inspire 2 + Zenmuse X5s, Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 2.0/12mm(24mm), ISO 100
The Society of German Nature Photographers (GDT) presents the award-winning images of the competition ‘European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018’ – Cristobal Serrano from Spain is this year’s overall winner with an aerial photograph of lesser flamingos at Lake Bogoria.
more at gdtfoto.de
Ce 500 mm à lentille de Fresnel est gros comme un zoom 70-200 mm f/2,8. Il affiche de belles performances et un tarif étonnant — au bon sens du terme. À 4000 €, la facture est lourde, mais on pouvait craindre pire, les prix ayant tendance à s’envoler en ce moment, toutes marques confondues.
Un 500 mm gros comme un 70-200 mm
NIKON AF-S 500 mm f/5,6E PF ED VR
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