Post Tagged with: "nature"

Panning Photography by Kevin Pepper
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Panning Photography by Kevin Pepper

The skill of panning photography is going to take every ounce of patience you have. While the concept is simple, the execution can go wrong more times than it is successful.

Gadgets for Outdoor Photographers
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Gadgets for Outdoor Photographers

As Photographers we tend to be a gadget-oriented group. We buy the latest and greatest advertised gadget, accessory, lens or camera with hopes that it will better our craft.

Two-Way Fluid Head For Birders & Digiscopers
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Two-Way Fluid Head For Birders & Digiscopers

Long before dawn I drove through the little town, its lone traffic light at the main intersection blinking orange. A few kilometres further on I turned into a pasture and eased down a narrow lane alongside a forest, following the headlights and mindful that deer and other animals would be active.

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 Beautiful Life – Samana, Dominican Republic. Canon 5D MK II, Zeiss 21mm Distagon T* F2,8 Lens, Heliopan Polarizer, Lee ND Grad Filter, Gitzo Traveler tripod.
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Nature is my Kingdom by Patrick Di Fruscia

Patrick Di Fruscia is an awardwinning, visionary, fine art nature and landscape photographer.

PHOTONews Links – Spring 2011
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PHOTONews Links – Spring 2011

The comprehensive list of links from the Spring 2011 edition of PHOTONews magazine.

Summer Landscapes by Dan Jurak
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Summer Landscapes by Dan Jurak

Shooting landscapes is something everyone has done. It’s wherever you happen to be. The mountains, the forests, the prairies and the coasts of Canada, all provide unique backdrops for photographers to express their creativity. I have found that it isn’t necessary to drive for hours or to travel to the […]