And what you see will amaze you. I'm also offering a glimpse into the heart and mind of this talented woman, who was kind enough to answer a few questions.
Meg McDonald: I’ve always been stunned by the natural beauty around me, but I didn’t pick up a camera until a few years ago.
GLN: What kind of camera do you use?
McDonald: I use the Sony a77 because of its uniquely useful viewfinder.
GLN: Do you have any tips on nature photography?
McDonald: Definitely! Remember that you’re photographing light, not just objects...and the sky is most of what makes landscape photography work.
McDonald: My favorite aspects of life in the Pacific Northwest have always been its amazing scenery and wildlife, and the beautiful clear air and stunning skies.
GLN: What’s your favorite subject to photograph?
McDonald: That’s a tough question, actually. I love to photograph the infinitely variable beauty of landscapes and the powerful appeal of wildlife; however, landscapes don’t require as much expensive, heavy glass as does wildlife photography, so I tend to do more landscape work.
GLN: Do you do any portraiture, weddings, anything like that, or just nature?
McDonald: I’ve done a few outdoor portraits but mostly work on capturing the natural beauty around me.
GLN: In addition to selling the actual photos, do you do notecards or other possible gift items?
McDonald: My images are available as prints, gallery canvases, aluminum art panels, note cards, and other display forms, including downloads, at my website (www.wildnwbeauty.com).
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