Steve Happ Photography Ramblings and dissertations

January 7, 2009


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I never know what to write in these about pages. It almost seems like I am big-noting myself and is quite embarassing. Anyway, I will just put up a couple of links and that is about it.

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To contact me, go to this page – because of email address scrapers.

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  1. Hi Steve,
    I’m a keen amateur photographer who is starting to get more into taking photos in wetlands and tidal estuary locations. I use Nikon DX (D80 and D200)cameras and a range of Nikon and Sigma lenses. I’ve been following your blog for a few months now after finding it while searching for info on Stockton Sandspit. Its an area I try to get to as often as I can (but the drive from Sydney is a big drawback, so I try to fit my visits in with other travel heading north or on the way back from other places firther up the coast). I also try to get to the wetlands at Kooragang/Ash Island when ever I am in that area.
    I’m particularly impressed with your bird and surfing photos.
    Your photos are very clear and in sharp focus. I’m wondering what sort of gear you use, particularly what lenses you use for areas like Stockton Sandspit etc.
    I notice you seem to be on your morning or afternoon walks when you have taken a lot of these photos, so I am wondering what you use as your “walkaround lens/s”. I can see something like a 70-200mm f 2.8 would be a great lens to ensure speed and sharpness, but wonder about all that weight being lugged around in a fairly hostile environment with mud and water and sand etc all over the place most of the time.
    Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Comment by Ian Wall — September 22, 2011 @ 2:03 am

  2. Hi..i am julian mendome..wanna promotion my place to you..
    Do you have been tour in north sulawesi – indonesia? if not you can come here and do birding and photography.. a lot of endemic bird sulawesi in Tangkoko national park.

    Thanks julian mendome

    Comment by Julian mendome — October 12, 2016 @ 6:23 am

  3. Hello Julian.
    I am going to Sarawak and Sabah, Philippines, then India next year.
    I would dearly love to come to Sulawesi. It is on the agenda.. mau!!!!

    I will put a link on my facebook for interested birders. and here..



    Comment by admin — October 13, 2016 @ 9:00 am

  4. Hi…stive it sound good,i am very happy to be your guide,i will arrange your trip here.
    Thanks for put my link…
    See you next year.

    Comment by julian mendome — November 17, 2016 @ 1:15 am

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