Category Archives: Birds

Anna’s Hummingbird Nest Photo Shoot Walkthrough

A couple weeks ago, I spent about a week working on a small project, photographing Anna’s hummingbird chicks on the nest, as they grew up. It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a photo shoot walkthrough, so I’ll do so with the hummingbird nest, sharing what I saw as the chicks grew up, and […]

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Introducing the Growing Up Humming PDF e-Book

My new book, Growing Up Humming, is now available as a PDF e-Book. You can purchase it for the introductory price of only $3, from the order form below. Buy it now, and you could be reading it tonight. You can also read about the book, and see sample pictures from it, beneath the order […]

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My Top 5 for 2011

  This is a quick overview of my 5 favorite pictures for 2011 – with a big qualification: I have a large backlog of pictures from 2011 yet to be processed, reviewed, culled, tagged, filed, etc. So, this is actually just my top 5 of the ones I’ve gone through, so far. There’s a good […]

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Posted Pictures, So Far

. Here’s an overview of the pictures I’ve shown on Naturography, so far. There will be many more coming, of course – so I’ll update the slideshow, now and then. Like most of the pictures I show on Naturography, these pictures are available as fine art prints, and also available to license as rights managed […]

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How To Isolate Subjects, Part 3

[Editorial Note: This is the third part of a series, showing methods of isolating photography subjects. Part one is here. Part 2 is here.] In the picture of a common raven, above, I isolated the subject from the surrounding elements of the scene by using a lens with a rather narrow angle of view. Generally […]

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