Northwest Nature & Wildlife Photography is group for photographers of all skill levels. We desire to share nature, wildlife and photography, photographic learning and outdoor outings. 

This group is led by Noel Nic'Fergusson, an established 20+ year professional wildlife and wilderness photographer, who travels and photographs remote regions from Arctic to Antarctica.  An experienced lecturer, naturalist and field guide.  We often rise early, linger till sunset, travel further as the seasons draw us out into landscapes and wildlife migrations.  Plan on day hikes, over-nighters, car camping and occasional trips that may include B&B's.

Getting a great wildlife or nature shot takes patience and time.  A cold crisp day photographing Snowy Owls, arriving on location for the sunset on Mt. Baker with wintering Snow Goose in flight, exploring the fall colors over the Cascade Hwy.

Lets get together, share, learn and explore.

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    Matt S.

    "All prices lowered on items in post above. Take a look, grab something while you can!"

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    Eric B Eric B commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Ya, just a little Nikon rub for ya Roland... :) Loved your flight test stories! Envious am I. Looking forward to our next photographic adventure... and I'll watch for the hat... and the life jacket..."

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    Eric B Eric B commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Great shot Joe; nice chatting with you that night."

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    Eric B Eric B commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Love it! It reminds me of the many times I've left a marina at early dawn for the days/weeks/mont­hs adventures..."

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    Shane Shane­ commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Nice."

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    Roland W. Roland W. commented on a photo
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    "So, two things that help a lot are to use a very good tripod, and to use a normal to wide angle lens that shows up slight movement less in the image because of the focal length. Then, the next thing was to get it in good focus...."

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    Roland W. Roland W. commented on a photo
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    "Hey ... nice shot of me. I had forgotten that I was wearing that hat, but I have this to remind me in the future. :) This is indeed a cool shot."

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    Brian Brian­ commented on a photo
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    "Two "Fun"­ photos the other one of the skyline is maybe more obvious. This photo I know I'm going to hear photoshop and yes I did run it through photoshop however most of the work was done in camera for this photo."

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    Jann Jann­ commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "thanks Jon. Anything that worked composition-wis­e was just a matter of luck since I was composing and focusing into a very dark viewfinder!! Each end result was a surprise!"

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    Jon Jon­ commented on a photo
    Yesterday

    "Cool, I would like to know more of how you did this and stayed so sharp"

 
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