03May/17

Shooting Infrared with the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Fisheye Lens

For the last year I’ve been playing with the 2016 update of the Opteka 6.5mm f/3.5 Manual Focus Aspherical Circular Fisheye Lens. Once manufactured side by side with the Samyang and Rockinon fisheye lenses

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14Jun/16
Introducing the CEP Students in Switzerland to Nature and Wildlife Photography

Introducing the CEP Students in Switzerland to Nature and Wildlife Photography

One of the great experiences I’ve had in Switzerland was to introduce a class of students from the CEP School (Le Centre éducatif et pédagogique) to Nature and Wildlife Photography. The motivation

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14Feb/15

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Sculpture: “Un cœur se livre” by Alain Stanké Happy Valentine’s Day to all of you from all of us at Steve Troletti Photography! You may just want to stop what your doing,

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18Dec/14

The Barred Owl in the Snowy Forest

I like to explore remote areas in search of wildlife and a variety of Nature subjects. Finding a beautiful Owl can be very rewarding, especially when you get to spend some one

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14Nov/14

ROLLEI INFRARED IR400 FILM WITH HOYA R72 FILTER

I’m no film addict but once in a while I like to shoot film. It slows me down and makes me think more about my photography. I decided to get back into

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08Sep/14

Pesto the Barred parakeet and Cross Polarization

What better to do on a rainy day than to play with my best friend, Pesto the Barred Parakeet (A.K.A. Pesto the Pest). Together, we tested the new Nikon DSLR, the D810. Equipped with a Nikon AF-S VR Micro 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Lens and the Speedlight R1 macro flash system, we tested cross polarization and Wildlife

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01Aug/14
Juvenile Cooper’s Hawks are out of the nest – video

Juvenile Cooper’s Hawks are out of the nest – video

At the beginning of May I published an article on the Cooper’s Hawks mating in the Greater Montreal Region : The Cooper’s Hawks are Mating in the Greater Montreal Region During July the young Cooper’s Hawks quietly started venturing out of

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31Jul/14
Spotted Sandpipers in Action along the Saint Lawrence River

Spotted Sandpipers in Action along the Saint Lawrence River

It seems like just yesterday we could see these little fluff balls scooting along the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Little Spotted Sandpipers barely visible in the tall grass. Spotted Sandpiper chick hiding in the tall grass In the blink of an eye they grew up. Suddenly, theses Spotted Sandpipers have invaded the

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13Jul/14
The Dorothy Benson Trophy and the Zoology Award

The Dorothy Benson Trophy and the Zoology Award

Last May I was honored to receive the Dorothy Benson Trophy and the Zoology award form the Montreal Camera Club. Both of these awards reflect the hard work I invest in documenting

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12Jun/14
Feeding White Bread to Wild Ducks and Geese is Killing Them

Feeding White Bread to Wild Ducks and Geese is Killing Them

Lately the local Canada Geese and ducks have been parading with their newly hatched offspring. In local nature parks, you can’t keep but notice people feeding them white bread. Bread they shouldn’t

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