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Pauline D.


Windsor, CA

Member since:

April 6, 2014

What does "conservation photography" mean to you?

I see two points of view: photographing to preserve nature by both saving memories and increasing awareness so nature will be saved and secondly using the idea of "No trace left behind" - respecting nature: taking nothing but pictures, leaving nothing but footprints.

What is your favorite subject matter?

That's hard to say because I will shoot almost anything. I do seem to take a lot of birds and landscapes.

What camera do you currently use?

Canon T2i with a Tamron[masked] as my primary lens.


I am a baby boomer, mom of 2, a physical therapist. I crafts & I seem to be constantly viewing the world around me as if through a camera lens. I love the outdoors & camping, too.

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