Category : How to shoot

The Best Lens May Be Manual Focus Only Yes, you read that right. There are many times when autofocus doesn’t cut it, particularly when

Gimmicky Light and Strange Angles = Photographer’s Story A recent post on photography site touted color techniques for striking portraits. The opening shot

On The Hunt – He raised his equipment slowly. When he saw he hadn’t spooked his quarry, he got ready. Making sure his left

You’re prepared to photograph wildlife (See last week’s post Wildlife Photography – 6 Degrees Of Preparation for more on getting ready). So where do

Grizzly clacking teeth, Jasper National Park, Alberta Skip The Equipment – Do Your Homework First Beyond gear choices, these 6 tips will greatly increase

Go when it’s storming. That’s it, mostly… Craggy, snow-topped mountains loomed around us as we headed further north into Canada on BC Highway 5.

Early Morning… Rain Your alarm goes off at 4:30 am. You hop out of bed, excited to shoot in some great morning light –

Nights Are Getting Warmer – Get Out There Spring brings warm weather most places – no more frigid night-time conditions or ice to slip

Hunger – The Universal Motivator Most migrant birds are starting to return to their summer territories. Why do they come back? Food. Those summer

As a beginner, my photographs were terrible. In black and white film I developed myself, subjects were too far away, or I crammed too