I usually record an update after returning from the Snow Monkeys and Hokkaido tour each year, and insert a recording from the bus on the last day of each trip as well as my own reflections on our trip. For Tour #2 this year though, we were lucky enough to be joined by best selling author and amazing photographer David duChemin, so instead of just me talking this time, we sat down (via Skype) and had a candid chat about the time together.
As this was an unscripted discussion, there is no transcript for today’s episode, but here are some of David’s images, that we talk about during our conversation, as well as one of my Whooper Swan shots, that I specifically called out towards the end.
And to finish with, here’s a photo of our wonderful group for Tour #2, on the 2013 Winter Wonderland Tour.
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See David’s Hokkaido blog posts here…
Hokkaido Re-Cap: http://davidduchemin.com/2013/03/hokkaido-re-cap/
Editing Hokkaido: http://davidduchemin.com/2013/03/editing-hokkaido/
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Love it! Looks like you guys had a great time. I just finished a workshop myself, we have the best job in the world!
Living the Dream Valérie, living the dream. 🙂
You are a dead man! 🙂
I’m looking forward about the GoPro video, Martin 😉
Thanks Thomas! I’ll be working on that next week hopefully.
Very nice! Wonderful postcards from David. I didn’t really catch: what kind of lens did you use to shoot the wildlife? I didn’t read on David site he uses anything above 300mm. You rock Martin, very long and professionally performed podcast.
For the wildlife, we both used the 300mm f/2.8 a lot, often with the 1.4X Extender fitted.
Thanks Martin, it’s really more accessible than African safaris!