Colin McNulty: Polar bear portait, snowy owl
Henry H. Holdsworth: Mother and cubs walking away, mother and cubs, husky pups, northern lights, Rover
Alek Komarnitsky: Tundra lodge and northern lights, telephoto lens Colby J Brokvist: tundra sunset Brad Josephs: Canon & bear, red fox
Jeff A. Goldberg: Bear in vegetation
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Enjoy expert tips on photographing polar bears in Churchill in these articles from our Natural Photographer blog. Court Whelan—photography pro and Natural Habitat Expedition Leader—shares everything from photo techniques to reviews of the latest photography equipment. Whether you're an experienced photographer or just starting out, you'll want to read these helpful photo tutorials before you set off to photograph polar bears at the Tundra Lodge.
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If you are thinking about headed up north to see the King of the Arctic, don’t wait! And if you are already planning a photo expedition up to photograph polar bears, here are three techniques for photographing...
Photographing polar bears is richly rewarding on several levels. Not only are they an icon for the wilderness and austere arctic environment, but they also symbolize both the grandeur of nature and the...