Contributing photographer close-up: Julia Wiese

Julia Wiese

I have owned a camera since my early 20s. I even have the first photos I took and developed in a photography class. As always happens, life gets in the way and it wasn’t until I moved to Edmonds in 2010 that I started to get serious about taking classes and shooting more photos, especially of birds. I found nature images to be what I shoot best, using natural lighting and a tripod when necessary for my Nikon and 150-600mm lens.

My husband and I love to travel to get nature photos. We have been to the Galapagos; South Africa to photograph the big five; South America, including cruising the Amazon River and fishing for piranhas; and to Alaska to photograph bears, among some of our trips.

8 Replies to “Contributing photographer close-up: Julia Wiese”

  1. It is nice to have these bios and see the faces of these photographers who are so faithful to share their scenes around Edmonds. Thank you for this!

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  2. Thank-you for sharing Julia! As I have mentioned earlier, I am loving how you capture light and the mood of a scene. You also do a great job of keeping an eye on what’s happening on the sound from your eagle’s perch on the hill.

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