I am excited to have Daniel Hurtubise as a guest blogger every few Saturdays this summer leading up to his shooting exposition in the wild. He will talk about his preparation for this trip with a world renown National Geographic Photographer. And then he will share photos of the trip and about his experiences. He welcomes you asking any questions you would like.
Welcome everyone to this first post in a series regarding my Alaskan trip. But before I explain all about the trip, let me tell you about me. I am a photographer from Montreal, Canada. I’m mostly a travelling/nature photographer but also enjoy some portrait shooting too.
When Jodi told me that she was looking for guest bloggers, I immediately told her that I had something great to talk about. So here it is: I’m heading to Alaska, actually 200 miles north of Anchorage, to shoot the Great Brown Alaskan Bear with a team of 3 other photographers. We will be lead by Jim Oltersdorf for a whole week in the wild. Jim is a world renown photographer. He has his own show on National Geographic and Discovery.
You will discover during this series that I’m a Nikon man. Always have been, always will be. So before I leave on the trip, I will tell you all about my gear, my preparation and answer any questions you might have. Once I get back we will go through my personal way of organizing photos from the trip. And I will go through the post treatment with Jodi’s actions.
I would love a list of some questions that I can respond to on future posts. Just use the comment box and I will integrate this into my posts.