"Fast from the Past": Photos by Scott Linsteda printed around the world. He specializes in photographing animals in their natural habitat. His photographs regularly publishes a newsletter and Hewlett Packard Journal of the American Museum of Natural History Natural History Magazine. Scott Linsted also carries out regular column on bird shooting techniques for the Canadian magazine Outdoor Photography Canada.
Photos by Scott Linsteda particularly expressive, because he used a special technique, removes the animal in motion.
1. System Phototrap, designed for high-speed recording allows you to catch the event, lasting just fractions of a second. Here's a chameleon shoots out its sticky tongue to catch a grasshopper for dinner. The process of discarding the language takes only 1 / 20 second. During this time Scott Linstedu manages to make a clear shot.
2. Fish-mouth Bryzgunov produces a jet of water to knock off the leaf, and then eat a careless insect. If such fish are targeting the insect, then he has no chance to escape - a fish strikes almost without fail at a distance of about 2 m. And if the insect is sitting fairly low over the water, the fish jumps out and grabs the unwary beetle.
3. Bat in search of prey flying over an artificial body of water in the Arizona desert.
4. The North American blue jay comes in to land. Scott Linsted claims that after he bought in 2006, 500 mm lens, his passion for photography has become a real passion.
5. Jump common green frog. This image Linsted Scott did when he mastered the basics yet high-speed photography.
6. Flying a big gray owl. This magnificent bird Linsted Scott photographed in Canada. The photograph was taken during a heavy snowstorm that gives the image an unusual atmosphere.
7. South American lizard brown basilisk rushes on the water surface. The ability to run on water Basilisk provide long, powerful hind legs and very wide feet with splayed toes, connected by a thin membrane. Thus, it is quickly going through his feet, lizard running on water, like a man in the snow on snowshoes. Scott Linsted says catch this shot was quite difficult, because the lizard is not too often run on water. Basically they do it, when run away from predators.
8. Studio photo of Asian ladybug. At the flower specially directed beam of light that attract attention and get him to bug off.
9. A successful fishing. To make this shot, Scott Linsted four days spent in ambush on the shore of the pond in Finland.
10. Studio Photography Bumblebee landing on a daisy. Chamomile meadow had mounted directly on the table.
11. Diabetes Flying Possum does not differ a friendly disposition and loves to pose. In addition, it is nocturnal. This photo was taken at a pet store, successfully picked up the scenery. In fact, the Possum decided to fly away from the photographers in his cage.