Most bird photographers will post their best images and let you know how cool it is to photograph birds – me included. But most bird photographers will NOT post the images that they screw up and I guess I didn’t get that memo because I will. Sometimes you can learn more from mistakes than successes. […]
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My last eagle trip is over. The long flight from Alaska has returned me to Vegas where I’m getting ready for NAB followed by a weekend of fun from the other side of my life – auto racing. I wanted to share one last post about the eagle trip. I had an epiphany of sorts […]
Photo and Article by Scott Bourne (Click here to see a larger version of the image.)
Photographing wildlife takes patience, practice and knowledge of your subject. In this case, I was also a little lucky.
I went to central Florida in February – near Palm Beach to photograph the many birds that migrate through and mate in that area.
On this occasion, I found this Great blue heron couple (Ardea herodias) displaying some great courtship behavior in a swamp.
To make this shot I had to know the following things…