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DIY Off-Camera Flash Hack: Wildlife Photographer With A 50mm
A creative DIY off-camera flash hack for getting up close and personal with a timid, nocturnal animal in the darkness of its treetop habitat.
Wildlife Photography Safety Tips – How To Be A Sneaky Ninja | Deer Hunter Series
This article will give you some advice on how to approach Deer as well as some safety tips to consider while you do so.
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.
Sometimes It’s Important To Just Slow Down and Shoot For Fun
In today’s world of 6-15FPS continuous burst modes, it is easy to just “spray-n-pray” hoping you capture the right moment. This works, but what makes a true master photographer, in my opinion, is one who can capture “THAT” moment with just frame or two.
Photographer Gets Help From Some Tiny Hummingbirds to Fuel His Career
Michael Schmidt is a budding photographer who was struggling to make a decision between the photo path he loved, and one that would pay the bills. With perseverance, a little luck, and even littler birds, he is paving his way to satisfy both.
How You Shot It: Photographing Animals in a Kenyan Jungle
Portraits from the Mara is a series by Paolo Altomare, shot in the Masai Mara, Kenya.
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.