Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson

Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson
Gulf of Mexico, close to Isla Mujere. Timing the photo to capture the sailfish in all its colors with fins extended took patience and correct positioning in an ever moving environment. Nauticam Housing/Canon 1Dx/Tokina Fish Eye Lens.

Photographer: Robert Humberson

Amateur Photographer

Photographic Specialties:

  • Landscape
  • Wildlife
  • Travel
  • Photojournalism

Biography

Avid diver and trekker. Travel the world looking for new experiences both in the wild and culturally.

Website

trekkingfoolphoto.com

Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson
Namibia, Africa. Approaching the eagles was difficult, especially in a small boat on the river with hippos and crocs in abundance. Canon 1DX w/70-200 lens.
Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson
Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. Timing and difficulty of capturing a sharp image of a moving subject were the main challenges. Canon 1Dx with 100-400mm lens.
Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson
Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. Timing was everything. While planning on catching an elephant in the sun’s reflection the opportunity came to catch this Impala just at the right time. Canon 1Dx with 500mm Canon Lens.
Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson
Canary Islands. Waiting for the correct light and vantage point to try and bring out the other-worldly nature of this landscape took some time and effort. Canon 1 Dx with 70-200mm lens.
Photographer Profile: Robert Humberson
Southern Mexico. Timing and use of strobes in murky water was challenging – as well as watching to insure that the crocs were on good behavior. Nauticam Housing, Canon 1Dx with Tokina Fisheye.

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