Lee Hoy is a photography workshop instructor for Wildside Nature Tours and Precision Camera & Video in Austin and Houston, Texas. Lee lives partially off-grid in the Davis Mountains of west Texas where he resides with his wife, Melanie and a pack of Javelina to keep him company. His favorite workshops destinations are Zimbabwe & Zambia, Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks in winter, the Galapagos Islands, and Big Bend National Park.

His favorite genres of photography include wildlife, landscape, night sky, macro, high speed and camera trapping.


Website:  Lee Hoy Photography

Instagram:  @LeeHoyPhotography

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Learn With Lee

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It’s the Little Things That Matter: Macro Photography

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How To Take Vacation Photos Worth Sharing

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The SmartPhone Killer: A First Glimpse at the E-M10 Mark IV

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With the outstanding image stabilization, the incredible computational photography features, the smaller size, amazing lens quality and weatherproofing I am available to capture images that wouldn’t be possible with any other system. Photographing lightning, one of my favorites, is amazingly easy with Live Composite, handholding the M.Zuiko 150-400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO lens at ¼”, and packing three camera bodies and lenses in a carry-on bag are just a few of the examples of why I LOVE my OM System gear!

What's in Lee's Bag?

You can find the following cameras, lenses, and more in Lee's backpack: