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Beyond Technique Podcast with Adam Mowery | Photofocus Podcast January 16, 2019
Photographer of the Day: Cathy Seaver
Photographer of the Day: Joaquín Alonso Arellano Ramírez
Photographer of the Day: Seth Patterson
Photographer of the Day: Christian Meermann
Photographer of the Day: Rob Dweck
Photographer of the Day: Karim Sahai

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Nature Photography Depth of Field

Understanding depth of field in nature photography

Like many, I find nature photography enjoyable and a fantastic hobby. As a professional videographer, many concepts I’ve learned apply to nature photography. One of the most important is depth of field. Depth of field Proper depth of field can

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Photographer of the Day: Cathy Seaver

Category: Sports Photograph: Cathy Seaver “Dressage” Cathy captures the beauty of horseback riding in this sharp, gorgeous image. The lighting here is spot on — giving depth to the horse’s coat. And the sharpness of the motion is impressive; Cathy

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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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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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A Young Reindeer by Karim Sahai

Photographer of the Day: Karim Sahai

Category: Nature Photographer: Karim Sahai Title: A Young Reindeer I know summer is almost here, but how about a little Christmas magic? When I first saw this image, I thought for certain it was a digital painting. I was wrong.

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Goldfinches feeding before the snowstorm by Ric Rus

Photographer of the Day: Ric Rus

Category: Nature Photographer: Ric Rus Title: Goldfinches feeding before the snowstorm Overall execution is spot on, but that is not why I chose this image. In a word, dynamic. If you’ve ever watched the frenetic madhouse that is songbirds at

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potd-cathyseaver

Photographer of the Day: Cathy Seaver

Category: Sports Photograph: Cathy Seaver “Dressage” Cathy captures the beauty of horseback riding in this sharp, gorgeous image. The lighting here is spot on — giving depth to the horse’s coat. And the sharpness of the motion is impressive; Cathy

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
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

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A Young Reindeer by Karim Sahai

Photographer of the Day: Karim Sahai

Category: Nature Photographer: Karim Sahai Title: A Young Reindeer I know summer is almost here, but how about a little Christmas magic? When I first saw this image, I thought for certain it was a digital painting. I was wrong.

Read More
Goldfinches feeding before the snowstorm by Ric Rus

Photographer of the Day: Ric Rus

Category: Nature Photographer: Ric Rus Title: Goldfinches feeding before the snowstorm Overall execution is spot on, but that is not why I chose this image. In a word, dynamic. If you’ve ever watched the frenetic madhouse that is songbirds at

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