Category Archives: Wildlife

Lessons I’ve Learned, Part 1

[Editorial Note: I’m posting the picture, above, Mother’s Love, for Mother’s Day. This picture is for all mothers. Thank you. This picture is especially dedicated to three special mothers in my life: my own Ma, Renée, and my beloved friends, Kasia and Jennifer.]   Today, I’m going to share with you a hodgepodge of things […]

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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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My Latest Interview

First, let me share a picture of the day. I was interviewd by Bill Henderson, founder of Hold the Eye Images, a couple days ago. We discussed a range of topics, from the thinking behind some wildlife photography projects, to equipment for wildlife photography, and more. You can listen to the interview, by clicking the […]

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Bird Gallery

. Here’s an overview of the bird 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 […]

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Wildlife Gallery

. Here’s an overview of the wildlife 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 […]

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