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Shooting hand-held with large telephoto zoom lenses
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Shooting hand-held with large telephoto zoom lenses

With the introduction of lenses like the Tamron 150-600 F/5-6.3 VC more people than ever before are using long telephoto lenses. Sometimes they’re disappointed with their initial results when using these lenses hand-held, especially at slower shutter speeds. This short article provides some tips that can help improve hand-holding technique. […]

Capturing Hummingbirds in Flight by Michel Roy
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Capturing Hummingbirds in Flight by Michel Roy

With a camera and flash you can unlock the mysteries of nature.

A femaile mule deer silhouetted against the Alberta sky
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Alberta Badlands – Layers of Time by Wayne Lynch

In the treeless prairie, many birds resort to nesting on the ground, hidden among tufts of grass or buried under bushy shrubs. The western meadowlark is one such bird, and one of my favourites to photograph in the spring, when its cheerful flute-like song bubbles across the prairie.

In the Field with the Tamron 200-500mm F/5-6.3 by David Hemmings
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In the Field with the Tamron 200-500mm F/5-6.3 by David Hemmings

  David Hemmings is a world-renowned bird photographer, and President of Nature’s Photo Adventures, specializing in unique tours for photographers of all skill levels.

Svalbard – A Polar Oasis by Wayne Lynch
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Svalbard – A Polar Oasis by Wayne Lynch

For nearly an hour our rubber zodiac headed into the icy teeth of a polar wind, steadily bucking across the angry surface of the Arctic Ocean. Time and time again, our rounded bow plowed into curling waves, pelting us with sheets of numbing salty spray.