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July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature
Sarber's Cameras has proudly supported nature photography throughout the Bay Area for over 40 years. Many renowned nature photographers, birding enthusiasts and the EBRPD come to us for our extensive stock of equipment, award-winning photo processing and photo classes. Come see our wide range of binoculars and all the latest digital and film photographic gear.
July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature
Looking Glass Photo has everything that photographers need, film or digital. Best of all, Looking Glass is there seven days a week with friendly, helpful, knowledgeable customer service before and after you make your purchase. You don't have to shop online to get great prices. If you're not buying your stuff at Looking Glass, you're not getting all the service you deserve. Come and experience the difference.
January 27, 2012 by Paul Epstein
Petaluma photographer Scott Hess never shied from a debate about conservation. He's hiked, admittedly illicitly, around Lafferty Ranch to reveal the property's hidden beauty, and once snapped pinups of "ecobabes" for a calendar on climate change. In this Q&A, Hess explains how his activism and photography intersect, and the pitfalls of doing what you love most.
October 28, 2011 by Beth Slatkin
Beth Huning's current position as Coordinator of the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture isn't her first role in the field of wetlands conservation, but it certainly is one that brings together her passion for birds, her commitment to environmental protection, and her ability to work well with people representing many different constituencies. That's essential when running a consortium of over 26 groups focused on San Francisco Bay's tidal wetlands. Just this month the Joint Venture celebrated its 15th anniversary.
October 01, 2011 by Dan Rademacher
Photos by Stephen Joseph, text by Linda Rimac Colberg, Mount Diablo Interpretive Association, 2010, 266 pages, $50. Photographer Stephen Joseph ...
September 14, 2011 by Elizabeth Proctor
The Golden Gate Bridge, approaching its 75th anniversary, is the most photographed bridge in the world -- but what about what lies underneath it? Photographer David Liittschwager decided to address just that and discovered that the number of living things that pass through a cubic foot of water here in an hour is greater than the number of cars that have ever driven over it.
January 01, 2011 by Bay Nature Staff
In spring 2010, Bay Nature teamed up with Sarber's Cameras on a photo contest featuring images of people in the natural places they love. Dozens of local photographers submitted hundreds of photos. Check out the winners!
October 15, 2010 by Ingrid Hawkinson
Bobcats are the favorite wildlife of Trish Carney, a San Raphael-based wildlife photographer who strives to capture the moments that convey an animal's character and spirit. And she does it well, yet with a patience and care that means she let's the animals come to her, if they want to.