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Shoot or Don’t Shoot: A Question for Workshop and Tour Leaders

The question was raised on a popular nature and wildlife photography forum as to whether workshop leaders shoot make photos when leading one of these programs. I thought I’d share my reply on my blog: […]

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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 […]

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Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Me Away… I’d Go Willingly!

That line by the Rolling Stones frequently runs through my mind when I’m visiting the wild mustangs living here on the Crystal Coast. I always loved that song. It’s one of the few that I […]

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Cape Lookout Light and a Wild Mustang

Unquestionably one of the most iconic images for the wild horses of the Cape Lookout National Seashore, finding an angle that will permit a photographer to include the lighthouse in the background of a wild […]

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Fog, Foals & Fights: Crystal Coast Wild Horse Photo Workshop

We enjoyed some great photographic opportunities, lots of action and some great conditions for the April 2013 Crystal Coast Wild Horse Photo Safari. A simple three word descriptive might be “fog, foals and fights!” We […]

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Wild Horse Crossing

Many folks that visit the wild horses living within the boundaries of the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve or the Cape Lookout National Seashore don’t get to see the horses swimming between islands and shoals. If […]

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2013 Wild Horses of the Crystal Coast

I’m pleased to announce some wonderful changes to the Wild Horses of the Crystal Coast for 2013. I’ll be offering two different programs: Crystal Coast Wild Horse Safari and Crystal Coast Wild Horse Safari Lite. […]

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Shackleford Banks Wild Mustang

The other evening I came across a memory card that I’d neglected to download. It was the last card I had loaded into my camera during June’s Wild Horses of the Crystal Coast workshop. While […]

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Wild Horses from the April 14/15 Workshop

The emphasis of the Wild Horses of the Crystal Coast workshop was obviously on the horses living along Shackleford Banks and with the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve. While it’s not unusual to snap a few […]

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Improving Your Nature & Wildlife Photography

It’s a question I hear often; “how do I become a better photographer?” Honestly, it’s a question that’s on most photographers minds… regardless of whether they’re a novice shooting their first DSLR or a seasoned […]

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