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Tamron FE Lens Trio Patent, SS Bans Selfie Sticks for Pope’s Visit & Wildlife Photography Tips | Daily Roundup
Today we have some interesting patent news coming out of Tamron, the Secret Service bans Selfie Sticks (among other things) from the Pope’s Parade in Washington, and Steve Perry is back with 10 great wildlife photography tips!
Off the Beaten Track – A Behind the Scenes Visit to the Masai Mara
Every day in Africa, 5 lions a day, 5 elephants an hour, and 1 rhino every 7 hours are lost to poaching. Travel photographer Chris Schmid is hoping to draw attention to this epidemic.
Tips For Planning a Photography Trip to the National Parks
If you are planning a vacation or shooting adventure in one of the parks this year, here’s a great video from B&H to help you prepare for your trip.
Shooting Wildlife With Sigma’s 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Sport Lens
It took long enough for me to get my hands on one, but I have finally had a chance to play around with Sigma’s new 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Sport series lens, and man is it something special.
Fine Art Portraits Capturing the Expressiveness of Zoo Animals by Wolf Ademeit
Self-proclaimed hobbyist, Wolf Ademeit, focuses on capturing the expressiveness of zoo animals in his beautiful black and white fine art series.
5 Ways to Bring Your Wildlife Photos to Life
The difference between your average holiday-snap wildlife photo and a great photo that makes others look on in awe is significant. How do you bring your photos to life to achieve this? Well, here are some ways to introduce impact into your wildlife photos.
Take Your Wildlife Photos To Another Level By Enhancing The Eyes
It is not uncommon for photographers to touch up a subject’s eyes after a portrait or wedding session, but did you know that doing so on your wildlife photos can have a profound impact as well?