:: Writer :: Photographer :: Wildlife Advocate



:: My website + bio: www.ingridtaylar.com

:: My Instagram


• Member NANPA Wildlife Photography Ethics Committee

• Member International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council


More about my work: Photographers in Focus - International Bird Rescue


Published Images: Pictures In Print




The well-being of animals I photograph takes precedence over the photo. As a general rule and to the best of my ability, I work to reduce how intrusive my presence is. To that end: I use long lenses, I don't bait or lure wild animals like owls or foxes, and I'm extra cautious about (and generally avoid) nesting/denning areas, so as not to disturb or draw attention to the location. Exceptions include situations like heron or egret rookeries not compromised by human presence.


My full ethics statement: Field Practices




** Although some of my images are available for use under a Creative Commons license ...


... some photos are fully-protected or licensed exclusively to Getty or elsewhere, and cannot be used. So, please check on an image-by-image basis. **




Ingrid Taylar -- and, in electronic media, a link back to my photo website (www.ingridtaylar.com).


I always appreciate knowing where my images were used, so feel free to drop me an email or post the usage under the photo. Many thanks!


Thank you for stopping by and taking a look. [[:-)


~ Ingrid Taylar




In naturalistic or documentary photography, I make standard edits on RAW files. For fine art images and prints, I do take artistic license with effect and outcome. I'm currently (slowly) updating my catalog of images for caption consistency.


Gear: I use mirrorless cameras from Olympus + m.zuiko 300mm f/4.0, m.zuiko 40-150mm f/2.8, lumix 100-400mm - plus Sony RX100, + iPhone



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  • JoinedAugust 2004
  • OccupationWriter + Photography
  • HometownSan Francisco


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