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Besides a HP computer that never sleeps, I use the following equipment in my photography pursuits:
  • Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon 7D, and Canon 5D Mark II digital cameras
  • 500mm IS, 300mm f4 IS, 100-400mm IS, 70-200mm 2.8 IS II, 24-105mm IS, and 16-35 mm Canon lenses
  • Canon 580 EX and 550 EX flashes
  • Gitzo 1348 and Feisol carbon fiber tripods
  • Wimberly, Arca Swiss, and Feisol Monoball tripod mounts
  • Canon extension tubes and teleconverters
  • HP laptop computer and various portable hard drives.

Photo of Larry Ditto by Photographer Paul Denman

I've been photographing nature subjects for over 40 years...full time for 15 years.  My focus has been in the south Texas area, but I also photograph in several other states in the mid-west and west.  I just provided photos with Kathy Adams Clark for a new book from Far Country Press titled "Texas, a Photographic Journey".  Many of my images are in "Texas Wildlife Portfolio" and a lot of other books.  I have photos published regularly in Texas Parks & Wildlife and Texas Highways magazines as well as Bird Watcher's Digest and various other national periodicals and calendars.  In 2000, Greg Lasley and I won the prestigious Valley Land Fund Wildlife Photo Contest.

After getting a BS degree in Wildlife Science from Texas A&M University, I worked for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for 29 years as a Refuge Manager in the National Wildlife Refuge System.  My science background has given me a huge advantage in pursuing nature photography and in leading seminars and workshops.

I lead several nature photography workshops and instructional Photo tours each year. When not shooting, I am judging various photography contests or conducting lectures at various nature festivals across the state.

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