woodcreeper. Get yours at flagrantdisregard.com/flickr

 

Digital:

Nikon D70

Nikon Coolpix 4500

 

Analog:

YashicaMat LM 6x6 TLR 80mm

Mamiya C330f TLR w/65mm

Canonet GIII QL17

 

Lenses:

NEW: Sigma macro 105mm f/2.8 EX DG <-- the sharpest in the lot!

Nikon 50mm f/1.8D AF

Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5G IF-ED

 

Flash:

SB800

   

Mostly birdwatching...writing a thesis...running a Radar/Bird-migration study on my blog...usually found procrastinating with my face buried in photoshop.

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  • JoinedNovember 2004
  • OccupationPostdoc
  • HometownMadison, WI
  • Current cityMadison, WI
  • CountryUSA
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Photos of David LaPuma

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The 1962 film "The Birdman of Alcatraz" tells the story of a incarcerated man and his love for birds. But while it turned out the story Hollywood portrayed was fiction, David LaPuma's knowledge of birds isn't. Frankly, anyone who would call himself the "woodcreeper" must know something of birds, but maybe he is just a … Read more

The 1962 film "The Birdman of Alcatraz" tells the story of a incarcerated man and his love for birds. But while it turned out the story Hollywood portrayed was fiction, David LaPuma's knowledge of birds isn't. Frankly, anyone who would call himself the "woodcreeper" must know something of birds, but maybe he is just a bit dotty like the Alcatraz birdman, I don't know. Whatever the case David's photographs most often fall in line with his interest in birds and the people he takes along birding. So, if you like birds, like people who like birds, or are just bored, have a look around and see what David's photostream has to offer.

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May 12, 2005
Innocent String (deleted)

woodcreeper formed a group inspired by a picture that I took of humanity's most rude gesture. And for that i'll be eternally grateful.

December 19, 2004

Alright, turnabout is fair play. David's photography blows my mind. Inspiring and crazy quality stuff. And, not for want of trying, i still can't do that owl-call. I can hardly believe that this levelheaded photographer/birder is the same guy i knew in school. Glad we're back in touch.

December 18, 2004