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Canon 7D Mk II, A Sports & Wildlife Perspective | Review
I have had the 7D Mark II for the last month, and being that my two favorite subjects to shoot are sports and wildlife, this camera was right up my alley.
Wildlife Photographer Captures a Mother’s Grief When Hippo Realizes Her Baby Is Dead
Wildlife photographer, Neal Cooper, hosts photography safaris in Africa, so seeing majestic wildlife is part and parcel to his daily work. A recent experience during a photographic tour rendered an experience that was different and heartbreaking as nature demonstrated that a mother’s love is just as potent in the animal kingdom. As is a mother’s grief.
Creating Art with a Camera – Interview with Nature and Cultural Photographer Art Wolfe
Having published almost 90 books and videos teaching photography technique, his images on two U.S. Postage stamps, and hosted his own television series, renowned photographer, Art Wolfe has quite a few accomplishments under his belt in a career that has spanned over three decades.
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.
6 Tips for Shooting Deer, With Your Camera
It is coming up on deer hunting season in my neck of the woods, but I wanted to talk to you all about hunting deer for a purpose other than for eating. I enjoy getting out into the wild and interacting with the animals, deer being one of my favorites to encounter. I just wanted to share some tips that I have picked up during my exploits as a wildlife photographer.