Scott has been a nature photographer for over 20 years and full time for the last two years. He is a member of the North American Nature Photography Association and National Association of Photoshop Professionals. Scott’s work has appeared in a number of natural history books and magazines, and has been represented by two fine art galleries in Southern California. He participated in the Coastal Bend Wildlife Contest in 2011 and several of his images were selected as winners.
When he is not photographing the Upper Texas Coast, he teaches private classes on Photoshop, photography and digital asset management. Visit www.ScottBuckel.com and www.ScottBuckelPhoto.com to learn more about Scott.
What’s in the bag?
Scott carries a Nikon D700 and D300S cameras. His lenses include the Nikon 500mm, the Nikon 300mm, and the Nikon 200-400 for the majority of his wildlife images. He also uses zoom lenses from covering the range of 14mm to 300mm for his non-wildlife photography. All of these lenses are supported by either the Wimberley gimbal head or Really Right Stuff ballheads and Gitzo 1325 carbon fiber tripod.