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When I was born in 1959 in Germany, I knew right away "There is a lot to photograph in this world!" There are so many exciting people, fascinating animals, beautiful nature, places of interest… My wooden play camera was soon replaced with an actual camera with lenses and everything else, resulting in thousands of slides that are still waiting to be digitized. Since 2001, my wife and I have been successfully running the Beaver Guest Ranch Guest ranch with horses in the beautiful Cariboo near 100 Mile House, B.C.. You can get an impression of our business and my web design here: www.BeaverGuestRanch.com
something about me
The heart of every photographer beats faster in a gorgeous area like this. Beautiful landscapes present themselves right in front of you in each and every season. Bears, moose, and wolves have already gotten their own names and happily look towards the camera every time they see me! Since we also offer wedding ceremonies at our guest ranch, I have been honored to serve as the official wedding photographer for such special events. We have had over 60 weddings on our ranch so far, and I am sure every couple has at least one picture taken by me hanging over their bed! I have also been hired at several external weddings in other cities and enjoyed photographing couples in different settings. I take great pride in the fact that my customers have been happy and satisfied with my work of capturing their special moments and the wonderful venues of their wedding ceremonies. For this reason, I have decided to conduct my photography business more professionally. Many of the pictures I took of the landscapes and animals on this website are meant to give you a better sense of what I do. It would be my pleasure to be your photographer for any special events including weddings, graduations and birthdays. Please feel free to contact me about any event you have coming up and I will try my best to suit your individual needs (email).
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I take the pictures with Nikon D810 (105 mm Makro 2,8 VRll; 70-200 mm 2,8 VRll, 24-70 mm 2,8 ; 35mm 1,8 )
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When I was born in 1959 in Germany, I knew right away "There is a lot to photograph in this world!" There are so many exciting people, fascinating animals, beautiful nature, places of interest… My wooden play camera was soon replaced with an actual camera with lenses and everything else, resulting in thousands of slides that are still waiting to be digitized. Since 2001, my wife and I have been successfully running the Beaver Guest Ranch Guest ranch with horses in the beautiful Cariboo near 100 Mile House, B.C.. You can get an impression of our business and my web design here: www.BeaverGuestRanch.com
something about me
The heart of every photographer beats faster in a gorgeous area like this. Beautiful landscapes present themselves right in front of you in each and every season. Bears, moose, and wolves have already gotten their own names and happily look towards the camera every time they see me! Since we also offer wedding ceremonies at our guest ranch, I have been honored to serve as the official wedding photographer for such special events. We have had over 60 weddings on our ranch so far, and I am sure every couple has at least one picture taken by me hanging over their bed! I have also been hired at several external weddings in other cities and enjoyed photographing couples in different settings. I take great pride in the fact that my customers have been happy and satisfied with my work of capturing their special moments and the wonderful venues of their wedding ceremonies. For this reason, I have decided to conduct my photography business more professionally. Many of the pictures I took of the landscapes and animals on this website are meant to give you a better sense of what I do. It would be my pleasure to be your photographer for any special events including weddings, graduations and birthdays. Please feel free to contact me about any event you have coming up and I will try my best to suit your individual needs (email).
Mario pics.com
I take the pictures with Nikon D810 (105 mm Makro 2,8 VRll; 70-200 mm 2,8 VRll, 24-70 mm 2,8 ; 35mm 1,8 )
Mario