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PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2016 5:35 pm 
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Hello, my name is Neil. I've been using trail cameras since the early 2000s with a 35mm film camera inside of a waterproof housing. I'm currently a wildlife photographer and I've been dreaming of camera trapping with my big equipment. So late last year I started slowly researching and I set one trap up a few times over a couple months. I don't have many images yet, but I have lots of plans. My only subjects I've been able to capture are black vultures, opossums, raccoons, a fox, a deer and a great blue heron(in one image). Hope to get more in the future. I would love to know your thoughts on my images so far. If you interested in seeing my work you can visit my websites. I currently use the Camtraptions sensor. I would love to know your favorites, still learning! Thanks in advance!

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Neil, they are looking great...keep up the good work and let us know what your set-up is......I also started camera trapping with 35mm cams and Fuji slide film in waterproof and elephant proof housings...! Welcome to the forum and good luck..!

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Welcome Neil, they are all great looking images but that Heron I find particularly striking.

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Very impressive shots! I like the lighting on the log pics the best. All great shots though.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:16 am 
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I'd say you are on the right track! Those are great images! Looking forward to seeing more from you.

Most guys here are using the Snapshot Sniper, Bigfoot, Safari, Gamwatcher and critter getter boards. The makers of those boards also frequent this forum. Many of us use point and shoot traps with Sony and Panasonic cameras and some of us use canon or Nikon DSLR's. Cheers!


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Great photos, Neil. And welcome to the forum.

(You've got a fine portfolio!)


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Great pictures Neil, welcome aboard.


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Welcome Neil. Hope you enjoy your time here. It is a great knowledge base.

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Great photos ... Welcome to the site. You defiantly know great photos and how to use a camera.


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Thanks everyone for the kind words and welcomes! I really enjoy reading and seeing everyone's posts.


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