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Diane S.


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

August 18, 2013

What does "conservation photography" mean to you?

To me, conservation photography is the opportunity to observe local ecosystems and gain an even greater appreciation for this incredible planet we call home. Further, it offers the possibility of sharing such love and respect with others who may not have the opportunity to observe or have knowledge of what exists in our own backyards. To see the smallest creature within the frame is to know and experience the very meaning of existence.

What is your favorite subject matter?

Birds, insects and sea life.

What camera do you currently use?

Canon EOS Digital Rebel


As an amateur photographer, I've been observing animals, birds and nature through a lens for the past 20 years. Having recently moved to the North Bay from Canada, I look forward to exploring the area and getting to know local photographers.

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