The title of the post pretty much says it all. I was working a forest road for interesting flora when I spotted this little guy perched on the head of a cattail. I just couldn’t […]
Tag Archives: techniques
Dramatic Rim Lighting Image
Probably not too surprisingly this image looks quite a bit different than it did when it came out of the camera. Obviously it was a color shot when the photo was made. But there was […]
Black & White Wild Horses
I usually do my black and white conversions manually (and likely will continue to do so in the future), but I’ve heard so much about the Silver Efex Pro 2 module in the Nik software […]
Sometimes the “Wrong” Lens is Just Right!
Usually when I want to take close-up photos of plants and flowers I reach from my trusty 100mm macro lens. But recently I decided to play around with doing some close-up work with a wide […]
Ten Tricks to Improve Your Nature Photography
It would be nice if there were some magic pill that would make one an excellent photographer. The fact is that no such pill exists. However, by apply a few simple tricks you can make […]
Intoduction to Kayak Photography: A How-to Ebook
Now available for instant download, my “Introduction to Kayak Photography” is a basic guide to using kayaks for nature photography. Presented in PDF format the book consists of five chapters: Choosing a Kayak for Photography; […]
Using Super Zoom Lenses
I received a nice email that I answered this morning. Gray wrote to compliment my photos, mention an interest in my workshops and to ask about what lens I use for my wildlife images. It […]
Camera Simulator: A Great Learning Tool.
I came across a link to this neat online photography educational tool while visiting the Carolinas Nature Photography Association’s member forums. If you’re somewhat new to photography or are used to point and shoot cameras […]
Black Skimmers in Flight
Most of us that photograph birds are a little bit jealous of these creatures. Unlike us they are not bound to the ground but have the ability to soar, seemingly effortlessly, through the air. (Of […]
Does Camo Help When Photographing Wildlife?
I recently participated in a thread in the forums over at Naturescapes about the value of using camo for wildlife photography. I thought I might share my thoughts on the subject here also. The following […]