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on Feb 6, 2018 in Wildlife Photography

Our Moment of Zen?

There are those moments when the air is still, the light has kissed it when the subject comes through to be blessed by it. With the D5 / 800mm mounted we had such a moment with this Fl Brown Pelican glided past. Our moment of...

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on Feb 6, 2018 in Landscape Photography

It Starts With …

There is an unspoken ingredient in the photographic chase that can be hard for some. It’s hard because one, it’s an ingredient not in the instruction book and two, even once known it’s hard to conjure up. And that’s an imagination. I often talk about photography is a visual storytelling medium, a way to tap the viewer’s heartstrings. While f/stops and shutter speeds are needed to make some of this process begin, it only travels home when passion drive by imagination wraps up that visual story and takes it to the heart. How can you find your imagination, expand it and exploit it? This was a question a photographer asked me recently and to be honest with you, being one with a vivid imagination, forever, I’m still searching for the answer. For now, I have this. Last week we walked about Grand Prismatic in Yellowstone, what one in our group called the World Tour. With D850 / 18-35 or 105f1.4 or 70-200f4 in hand (me with my 18f2.8), we...

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on Feb 5, 2018 in Random Thoughts

Moose Podcast 69

In this Episode: Ready for the Nest. One of the most rewarding and challenging aspects of photography, wildlife photography is coming up. Time to get ready.

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on Feb 1, 2018 in Random Thoughts

Live Broadcast Tonight!

My 3rd live stream will be today, 01 Feb at 6PM PST. We’ll be talking about FL bird photography where I’ll be broadcasting from talking about biology, gear, locations and taking your questions. This will be a remote Live from FL so hope you join...

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