Green Cay Wetlands. The challenge was the composition of the frog and the plants around it. Also the water reflection and opacity.Canon T5i with 75-300 lens. Exposure: F5.6 ISO 250 1/250 sec.
Photographer: Denise Valentin
Part-Time Professional Photographer
I fell in love with the wetlands in 2015. I want to share the beauty of the Florida natural habitats with everyone and strongly believe in wildlife and habitat conservation in and around Florida. Through the University of Florida and Broward County, I became a Certified Florida Master Naturalist and enriched my knowledge of Florida’s habitats and wildlife. I am in the beginning stages of writing a Naturalist Guide for SE Florida and hope to have it completed in 2018.
Flamingo Gardens Animal Sanctuary. I love finding shots where animals are whimsical (of course without knowing it). Canon T5i with 75-300mm lens. Exposure: F5.6 ISO-200 1/250 sec.
Wakodahatchee Wetlands. For me, composition and color are everything. I wanted to make sure the blue beak (breading color) was front and center along with the fern leaves. Canon T5i with 75-300mm lens. Exposure: Canon T5i with 75-300mm lens.
Green Cay Wetlands. I love using the boardwalk to help create depth in the photo. Most importantly, I want to include plants and water in my wetlands landscape photos. Canon 70D with Tamron 10-18mm lens. Exposure: F16 ISO-160 1/25 sec.
Green Cay Wetlands. Challenge: Capturing the sky, water and plant life of the wetlands in the photo. Canon 70D with Tamron 10-18mm lens. Exposure: F16 ISO-160 1/40 sec.
Green Cay Wetlands. I really love taking landscape photos with wildlife. The water reflection in the picture around the Cormorant was just perfect. Exposure: F6.3 ISO-100 1/2000.
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