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Never before have I thought that a house fly could be so beautiful or that a spider’s fur had a soft side.  This photographer’s macro photography of everyday bugs has wowed the industry with his unique coloring and face to face perspective of little critters.  What we consider pests, he considers models.  By simply stepping […]

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My final Alaska eagle photography trip is close to an end. It’s been a great experience. My workshop sold out with lots of old friends in attendance. My assignments all went mostly pretty well. My hard drive is full of more amazing eagle images and lots of video. It occurred to me that some of […]

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If you want to photograph wildlife (or any subject outdoors) pay attention to these seasonal considerations: Winter – Snow can cause your camera’s meter to register an improper exposure by fooling the camera into thinking there is more light than there really is. A simple way to avoid this is to fill the frame with […]

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If you follow my work you know that I enjoy wildlife photography. Yesterday a reader asked me if I had a list of resources for photographers who want to find and photograph wildlife. The answer is I did not – but I do now. Here are several places you can go for information that will […]

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Author: Moose Peterson Publisher: Peachpit Review by Conrad J. Obregon With no insult meant to the author, Moose Peterson’s name says it all. Like the animal (and perhaps like the author), Captured: Lessons from Behind the Lens of a Legendary Wildlife Photographer (Voices That Matter) is large, sprawling, inelegant and ultimately endearing. The book is […]

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(Nikon D3, Gitzo Tripod, Mongoose 3.5 Gimbal Head, Nikon 200-400 F/4 VR at 200mm, ISO 800, +0.5 EV. F.5.6 @ 125th Sec. straight out of the camera without post processing other than exposure adjustment and cropping – may appear too bright, too dark, wrong color, right color – depending on your monitor) EDITOR’S NOTE: (I […]

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