Dieter Plage, Wildlife Cameraman

Gainsborough, John
July 1987
Image Technology;Jul1987, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p324
Trade Publication
The article features Dieter Plage, wildlife cameraman. Plage had completed a three-year course in practical stills photography in Germany. Like other cameraman, Plage may work anywhere in the world. According to the author, Plage is probably one of the few cameramen who has turned his ability to great advantage in his job. He pioneered the use of the microlight for wildlife filming.


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