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Pablo Reinsch: Hand to Hand

Photographer of the Day: Pablo Reinsch

Category: Nature Photographer: Pablo Reinsch Title: Hand to Hand It’s the little things. In this case, a little lizard. The composition is strong. Positioning the subject across the top third of the frame allows the hand to provide scale with

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Matt Tiegs: American Kestrel

Photographer of the Day: Matt Tiegs

Category: Nature Photographer: Matt Tiegs Title: American Kestrel Lots to love here. First, the eyes and face are in clear focus. Next, the bird is framed well, making it the focal point of the image, even without the creamy bokeh

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Rob Sentz: Liquid Land

Photographer of the Day: Rob Sentz

Category: Nature Photographer: Rob Sentz Title: Liquid Land Having just moved to Spokane, WA, I must admit to being a bit partial to images of the area these days. In particular, I’ve been studying images of the Palouse region, which

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Clouds All Over by Stewart Baird

Photographer of the Day: Stewart Baird

Category: Nature Photographer: Stewart Baird Title: Clouds All Over Infrared. Generally, the viewer loves or hates it, but it never fails to grab the eye. To the naked eye, I’ll bet this was a lovely scene. But, using infrared, Baird

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Doting Doe by Seth Patterson

Photographer of the Day: Seth Patterson

Category: Nature Photographer: Seth Patterson Title: Doting Doe Babies. Is there any other subject that makes people go “Awwwwww!”? Yes. Animal babies; more so when we see animal parents in action. Patterson has captured an intimate mother and child moment.

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Photographer of the Day: Kevin Einzelgänger

Category: Nature Photographer: Kevin Einzelgänger Title: Untitled Reflections are a powerful element in any photo. When the reflection and source object make something new, the result can be magical. Such is the case with this bridge in this image. Coupled

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Rasta Aquarium (5) by Christian Meermann

Photographer of the Day: Christian Meermann

Category: Nature Photographer: Christian Meermann Title: Rasta Aquarium (5) Nature is full of patterns. Some fixed; some flowing. Meermann’s lovely detail shot of sea anemone captures both the fixed patterns of color and the flowing patterns of shape and motion.

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Migration 3 by Rob-Dweck

Photographer of the Day: Rob Dweck

Category: Nature Photographer: Rob Dweck Title: Migration 3 With fast-moving animals, a wildlife photographer must make a conscious choice: freeze or blur. Freeze delivers tack sharp images; blur delivers abstract images. Both are powerful and evocative, but most photographers seem

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ted-stark-annoyance-with-stowaways

Photographer of the Day: Ted Stark

Category: Nature Photographer: Ted Stark Title: Annoyance With Stowaways The first thing that struck me about this image was the strong use of the foreground to create a sense of depth. Next, we have the birds. Great wildlife photography captures

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334:365 alt Nemo by Brent Schnarr

Photographer of the Day: Brent Schnarr

Category: Nature Photographer: Brent Schnarr Title: 334:365 alt Nemo Getting a good exposure on dry land is tough. Underwater photography adds so many new variables, few people make an effort to really master it. Schnarr has. Excellent composition. Beautiful lighting.

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A Well Deserved Meal by Don Komarechka

Photographer of the Day: Don Komarechka

Category: Nature Photographer: Don Komarechka Title: Macro photography requires a particular eye and technical discipline. Komarechka demonstrates both in this image, but that alone is not why I picked. Wildlife photography tends to focus on subjects to which the viewer

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Matt Tiegs: American Kestrel

Photographer of the Day: Matt Tiegs

Category: Nature Photographer: Matt Tiegs Title: American Kestrel Lots to love here. First, the eyes and face are in clear focus. Next, the bird is framed well, making it the focal point of the image, even without the creamy bokeh

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Rob Sentz: Liquid Land

Photographer of the Day: Rob Sentz

Category: Nature Photographer: Rob Sentz Title: Liquid Land Having just moved to Spokane, WA, I must admit to being a bit partial to images of the area these days. In particular, I’ve been studying images of the Palouse region, which

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Clouds All Over by Stewart Baird

Photographer of the Day: Stewart Baird

Category: Nature Photographer: Stewart Baird Title: Clouds All Over Infrared. Generally, the viewer loves or hates it, but it never fails to grab the eye. To the naked eye, I’ll bet this was a lovely scene. But, using infrared, Baird

Read More
Doting Doe by Seth Patterson

Photographer of the Day: Seth Patterson

Category: Nature Photographer: Seth Patterson Title: Doting Doe Babies. Is there any other subject that makes people go “Awwwwww!”? Yes. Animal babies; more so when we see animal parents in action. Patterson has captured an intimate mother and child moment.

Read More
Screen Shot 2016-08-17 at 2.59.36 PM

Photographer of the Day: Kevin Einzelgänger

Category: Nature Photographer: Kevin Einzelgänger Title: Untitled Reflections are a powerful element in any photo. When the reflection and source object make something new, the result can be magical. Such is the case with this bridge in this image. Coupled

Read More
Rasta Aquarium (5) by Christian Meermann

Photographer of the Day: Christian Meermann

Category: Nature Photographer: Christian Meermann Title: Rasta Aquarium (5) Nature is full of patterns. Some fixed; some flowing. Meermann’s lovely detail shot of sea anemone captures both the fixed patterns of color and the flowing patterns of shape and motion.

Read More
Migration 3 by Rob-Dweck

Photographer of the Day: Rob Dweck

Category: Nature Photographer: Rob Dweck Title: Migration 3 With fast-moving animals, a wildlife photographer must make a conscious choice: freeze or blur. Freeze delivers tack sharp images; blur delivers abstract images. Both are powerful and evocative, but most photographers seem

Read More
ted-stark-annoyance-with-stowaways

Photographer of the Day: Ted Stark

Category: Nature Photographer: Ted Stark Title: Annoyance With Stowaways The first thing that struck me about this image was the strong use of the foreground to create a sense of depth. Next, we have the birds. Great wildlife photography captures

Read More
334:365 alt Nemo by Brent Schnarr

Photographer of the Day: Brent Schnarr

Category: Nature Photographer: Brent Schnarr Title: 334:365 alt Nemo Getting a good exposure on dry land is tough. Underwater photography adds so many new variables, few people make an effort to really master it. Schnarr has. Excellent composition. Beautiful lighting.

Read More
A Well Deserved Meal by Don Komarechka

Photographer of the Day: Don Komarechka

Category: Nature Photographer: Don Komarechka Title: Macro photography requires a particular eye and technical discipline. Komarechka demonstrates both in this image, but that alone is not why I picked. Wildlife photography tends to focus on subjects to which the viewer

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Bekhouchaaaaaaa by Rachid Saghiri

Photographer of the Day: Rachid Saghiri

Category: Nature Photographer: Rachid Saghiri Title: Bekhouchaaaaaaa! Such a simple image. Often times, simple is best … and deceiving. Macro photography is never simple. The strength of this image is its composition. The viewer does not see the insect’s face,

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Photographer of the Day: Laurent Glasson

Category: Nature Photographer: Laurent Glasson Title: Couché de soleil sur le bargy On their own, the mountains and the dramatic sky, would make this a wonderful image. What grabbed me was Glasson’s use of the foreground. The darkness of the

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