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Noah Frank

Noah Frank

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"Photography as an art was first introduced to me by my father but my affection and interest in nature and its wonders is what compelled me to pursue and develop my skill at it. The allure of the wild and the creatures that inhabit it give me the most photographic inspiration and I aim to pass along a bit of that appreciation with the viewer. While photography has taken me wondrous places and shown me fascinating creatures, the most essential hope for my art is to show the beauty and tragedy of the world to the viewer so that they may garner their own appreciation and respect for it." Noah Frank is also available for assignment and prints can be ordered.
  • Canon 5d Mark II
  • Canon Rebel XT
  • Mamiya 645AFD
  • EF 24-70mm f/2.8L
  • EF 50mm f/1.4
  • EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L
  • Manfrotto 3221 WN
  • Canon 430EX speedlite
  • Lightroom 3.4

Lynx rufus

Published November 18th, 2011

I expected I would write the first blog entry here after I came back from California, figuring there would be an abundance of thoughts and experiences that went along with the photos taken throughout my trip that I might like to share. This first of which being about the overall highlight of the trip when I encountered a bobcat on the path at lower Yosemite Falls.

I was just leaving the falls after taking some pretty good shots and chatting with a great photographer who shared the view with me. He was definitely a bit further along in his photography career than I am. I'm assuming that because of his extensive (and extremely expensive) collection of lenses and bodies. He'd been to the park several times and could offer up some good advice so it was good talking with him, despite my gear envy.

Anyway, I was walking around a corner and there she was, just sitting on the trail. Having been at the falls just a few minutes ago, I still had the 24-70mm on my camera and the camera at ...

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