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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Stephen Dalton’s stop-motion flying wildlife photography

daltonThe Canon Professional Network’s European web site recently published an interview with photographer Stephen Dalton whose stop-action photographs capture images of butterflies, barn owls and bees mid-flight. The images offer a fascinating glimpse into a world we cannot see with the naked eye, and the interview offers a look at Dalton’s approach to making such unique photographs. http://cpn.canon-europe.com/content/btl/stephen_dalton.do

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