Here is a list of equipment I use for my Bird Photography.


Nikon D 500

Nikon D7200

Nikon, D610

2 X D300s


Nikon 200 - 50mm f 5.6

Nikon 500mm F4 VR Lens

Nikon 300mm F4 VR (Mostly for flight photography)

Nikon 70 - 200 mm 2.8 (Mostly for flight photography)

Nikon SB600 Flash with Better Bemer extender (Note: I use a flash only when neccessary.)

Both Lexar and Sandisk Cards

Induro Tripod with a Benro Video Head

Fesol Monopod with Realy Right Stuff Monopod Head

About


David Is a full-time bird photographer working out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. David mostly photographs birds all over Alberta, but occasionally wonders to other parts of Canada.


David is the co-founder of the Calgary Camera Club and served as president for the first two years. David instructs the Basic Photography module for the club.


David has won many awards for his photography. Most recent Award was the winner in Category three at the Calgary Camera Club. David have run is own photography workshops for 10 plus years.


David's philosophy toward bird photography is, the welfare of the bird must be a priority over and above the photograph.


David is a regular contributor to the Canadian Nature Photographer,

specializing in Bird Photography.


The purpose of this website is to bring attention to the state of the bird populations through outstanding photography and great articles. Also, to show the general public the beauty and joy birds add to our existence as a human race. Without birds our existence would seem meaningless.


Conservation and protection of the birds must be top priority for all bird photographers. Ethical behaviour around bird nests and their young will be beyond reproach.


David maintains the Canadian Bird Photographer Website www.canadianbirdphotographer.ca

Email: dlilly@shaw.ca