Discover the stunning wildlife photography of Dean Eades, one of the administrators for the Lincolnshire Bird Club Forum, and a warden and provider of images for the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.
Dean’s work has appeared on the BBC and ITV, as well as being published in books and several magazines.
Dean offers guided wildlife photography tours around the Scottish Highlands, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and the Yorkshire Coast.
Are you interested in learning some of the skills needed to become a wildlife photographer? Dean offers a range of wildlife photography workshops, including one-to-ones.
“Swarovski, in my opinion, can't be beaten in the high-quality optics market. I use my 10x40 EL binoculars and an 80 HD with a 20x60 zoom eyepiece."
“I use several Canon cameras for all of my photographic work. The sharpest and fastest lens on the market today, which is a must for anyone serious about photography, is a Canon 300mm 2.8 lens MK2. A nice all-around lens is the Canon 100-400mm lens. I now also use a Canon 600mm F4 IS MK2 lens,and a Canon G1 X. "
“For Macro work, I recommend a 100mm IS Macro lens. Of course, let’s not forget the standard 50mm lens, which should always be close at hand. Converters are 2X1.4 and 2x plus extension tubes. The superb Sigma 180mm f/2.8 APO EX DG OS HSM Macro Lens. & 70-200 2.8 IS.”
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