I am just back from another great Alaska Brown Bear Photography workshop at Lake Clark National Park. It is amazing that after nearly 20 trip to this place I can come back with new images. Bears are such characters that they seem to always provide something knew. I am already planning for next year. If … Continue reading
Late June Alaska. The best time for Brown bears at Lake Clark N.P.
One other thing about photographing bears, They are really fast and strong. Mothers will kill anything they think will harm their cubs. No photo is worth getting hurt for or even worse getting the bear killed because you did something stupid. Use a REALLY long lens.
I had been waiting for this lens to be announced for what seemed like a very long time. I needed a replacement for the Canon 600 I had sold after the first of the year. When the new lens was announced I expected a wait of 3 to 6 months before delivery but was pleasantly … Continue reading
Cinnamon color Black Bear along the Madison river taken during my Spring Yellowstone Workshop. One of my most productive and less expensive trips with openings for this year 😉 http://jessleephotos.com/YELLOWSTONE_SPRING_PHOTO_WORKSHOP15.htm
Heading back north next week. I think these little will have grown a bunch in the past two months. I hear they will be feeding on salmon now.
This cub is learning how to find and feed on clams on the Alaskan tidal flats. It will only be a few weeks until I take my second group of the year back to the Alaskan coast to photograph Brown Bears. This time we will be in … Continue reading
I am really excited to be getting ready to head for Alaska and my Lake Clark Bear Workshop. The report is that three set of mothers with spring cubs have shown up where we photograph. That will make for some great photography now and on my August trip to the same location. The August … Continue reading