Welcome to the blog for Steve Hinch Photography.
On this page you'll find photographic information on the places I've photographed recently as well as some technical information on the photographs themselves. I'll also post updates on what I've seen and experienced in Yellowstone and abroad, current wildlife sightings, and anything else of interest. Check back often for updates!
June 16, 2018 • Leave a Comment
I have a busy week this week with three book and print signings scheduled. Starting tomorrow, I'll be at the Old Faithful Inn from 4pm to 8pm and then again on Monday. Friday I'll be back at the Old Faithful Visitor Center! For the complete list of signings for this summer through September check out this page: http://www.stevehinchphotography.com/dates
June 12, 2018 • Leave a Comment
I've been very fortunate to have the privilege to photograph five different fox dens this year. Since fox are my favorite animal, I've obviously been pretty happy watching and photographing all these kits playing and growing up. This kit was photographed at sunset one evening with a long telephoto lens as it's siblings played nearby.
June 10, 2018 • Leave a Comment
June continues to be the time of year for babies. Elk, moose, bison, and pronghorn babies are all introduced to the world. I was fortunate to find these two twins last week and spent a short time photographing them. Pronghorn fawns are so small and delicate but they're quick learners when it comes to speed, for which their species is known. Both of these images were taken with a 500mm lens on a crop sensor camera from my car.
June 04, 2018 • Leave a Comment
There really isn't much in nature that is as entertaining as watching a fox kit learning to hunt bugs. These little kit had the basics down pretty good but wasn't successful and opted to play with a dirt clod instead, prompting it's siblings into a game of keep-a-way! Soon, both fox and coyote pups will be leaving the den and begin trying to make it on their own. In order to minimize my presence as much as possible, besides remaining as still and quiet as possible, I also used a 500mm lens on a crop sensor camera and then cropped the final image.
June 03, 2018 • Leave a Comment
I finally had the time to put together the dates for my book and print signings for this summer. With one successful signing at the Old Faithful Visitor Center done, there's still a bunch of dates to go, running until the first week of September. The full list of dates is here. As for the photo posted here... if you've followed my facebook page or blog over past few months, then you know I've become a bit of a bird geek. But even before then, I always wanted to photograph a cedar waxwing because they're such pretty birds. Well, earlier this week, while photographing baby foxes, I noticed a small flock of waxwings land in a nearby tree. Needless to say, I was pretty excited to photograph my first cedar waxwing!
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