RECENT POSTS IN Wildlife Photography
New Tamron 150-600mm: A Budget Wildlife Photographer’s Dream Lens
We have talked about the new Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lens a few times now since its release. The new lens, pricing in at just over $1,000, looks to appeal to hobbyist and semi-professional wildlife photographers who need the extreme reach of 600mm at a reasonable price. But how well does the lens stack up against the competition?
How To Identify Birds In Your Images | Wildlife Photography Tips-n-Tricks
It should be no surprise that if you are just getting started doing wildlife photography, or birds specifically, that you may not know all of the species that you are capturing. Even an avid bird photographer sometimes needs help identifying birds that they have captured in an image.
When Mother Nature and Photoshop Collide | Wildlife Composites by John Wilhelm
Many of us photographers love to shoot, but really loathe the post processing. Being in front of a glaring computer screen, editing for hours upon endless hours seems torturous for some. For John Wilhelm, a self proclaimed, “Photoholic,” the process from image to Photoshop to final product takes about 5 hours per photo and is so addicting that he goes through withdraws if he doesn’t go through the process for more than 2-3 days.
Patience, Practice Make For Incredible Wildlife Imagery by Edwin Kats
Edwin Kats is an Internationally renowned wildlife photographer from Holland. He has been published in wildlife staples such as National Geographic and BBC Wildlife Magazine. I have talked before about getting out and exploring that natural beauty within a short distance of your home, and EdwinKats is a perfect example of not only exploring that beauty, but capturing masterfully.
Get Out and Find the Secrets of Your Area | Wildlife Photography Tips and Tricks
It’s real easy to get caught up in gear and camera settings when it comes to photography, wildlife photography is no different. But the key to wildlife photography, just as with any photography niche, is capturing a moment with emotion a moment that will catch a viewer’s attention or make a connection with them.