BetterPhoto Member: Travis Lowe


member since January 28, 2003

My favorite type of photography is capturing any subject that moves in nature. This could be a Massive Bull Elk or a small, but fast, butterfly.

http://www.travislowe.com

-Travis Lowe

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Bio

Ever since I was a child I have always been attracted to nature and its wildlife. Before VCRs, Videogames and the Internet, a young boy living in small town had much more time to explore his surroundings outside.
I didn’t have a camera back then, but thru my travels and adventures I managed to capture many interesting images in my head. Who knew back then that I would years later still be consumed with pleasure when I step outside to enjoy nature and wildlife. The only 2 differences from then and now is my ability to see a place or thing that I want to explore and being able to get in a car or plane to go there. The second is I now have a camera to capture all those memories and document where I have been.
I've been doing nature and wildlife photography for 5 years now and thoroughly enjoy it. Being "one with Nature" is serene, relaxing and gives me a sense of purpose to Preserve the Beauty of Nature ”One Click at a Time”.
I can go on and on about my interest in nature and wildlife but this part is the hardest, writing a bit about me. My interest in photography started when I purchased my first home and moved to the country. After a short time there I realized how much wildlife and nature was present in my wooded backyard.
I purchased a 35mm SLR Camera consisting of 2 lenses and began taking snapshots of everything I found interesting. When I started to see my images in print I was motivated to keep clicking away. Since then, a simple hobby has turned into a passion of mine and I have upgraded to better camera bodies and have many lenses to cover everything from Landscapes, Macro and even a large telephoto lenses for capturing images of wildlife. A lot of my images of birds and flowers came from my backyard “personal studio” as I like to call it.
Here are some important lessons I’ve learned from nature and wildlife photography. First, you have to be at the right place at the right time. Second, you need to know your camera functions as well as its limitations. Third, be a naturalist, that is know your subjects, their habitat and surroundings. Fourth and most important is patience, one I’m working on every chance I get. My goals as a photographer are to capture interesting images of nature and wildlife filled with vibrant colors and expressions and with this I can show people how important it is to preserve nature and its wildlife.

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