Sorry – none of these tips involve buying a magic camera. But if you try them, based on my own experience, they will help you become much better at producing images that matter. 1. Stop comparing your gear against anyone else’s gear. It doesn’t matter that Ernie in your local camera club has a better […]

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I am very proud of this photograph. I’ve photographed literally thousands of eagles, but this simple headshot is one of my favorite eagle portraits of all time. It may not be your cup of tea, but it’s exactly the kind of thing I aim to do. When I make a portrait – whether it be […]

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Guest Post & Photo by Joe Farace – Follow Joe on Twitter When I was a student at the Maryland Institute, College of Art I attended a class on color and my first assignment was landscape photography. I wasn’t then nor am I now a serious landscape photographer but as a serious student developed a […]

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Summer is coming – really – it is – I promise – sooner or later. And with the better weather comes many a photo opportunity in nature. Outdoor shooters love this time of year because let’s face it; while it may not be as interesting to photograph as snowy mountains, at least it’s comfortable. With […]

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When I go out shooting nature, I try to make sure to go through what I call a planning list. It’s more than a checklist. It’s more like a play book. Here are some of the things I like to plan before the shoot. 1. Location. I want to learn everything I can about the […]

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