June 16, 2017

Its Mine!

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June 16, 2017
Its Mine!

Species: Coyote | Location: Yellowstone National Park, USA

Coyote (Canis latrans) feeding on an elk foot from a previous kill.

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About The Photographer

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Frank is a photographer with an enthusiasm for capturing a wide span of images. From contemporary portraiture through commercial imagery, landscapes and wildlife, Frank’s high level finishing and attention to detail is evident in every photo, many of which are represented by a number of the world’s largest stock agencies.

Frank Pali Photography, is also a source for real estate photos in Vancouver and the surrounding area. Looking to sell a your home? Avoid feeling overwhelmed and use my experience and knowledge to photograph and video your home .

Frank is a certified photography judge and member of C.A.P.A. (Canadian Association of Photographic Art) was the winner of the 2009 Delta Art Shots Best in Show, and the 2009 Gulf of Georgia Cannery Peoples’ Favourite Image. An important aspect of Frank’s work is shooting for his stock portfolio, where images are sold under a royalty free and rights managed license. Such photos are used in digital and print media.

Frank now lives in Steveston, Richmond, with his wife Tina, who’s on hand to make sure everything goes smoothly.

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