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Using Position in Wildlife Photography
by Steve Schwartzman | December 19, 2014
The three most important things in real estate are location, location, location. In wildlife photography, they are position, position, position. As a nature photographer specializing in plants, I offer some suggestions on using position to your advantage when creating your work. Continue reading »
The Epitome of Bird Behavior; the Australian Bowerbirds: Part 2
by Graeme Guy | December 10, 2014
As a nature photographer, I share the philosophy of Ofer Levy, who has written articles on this website, and spend time photographing subjects providing action or interesting behavior. The latter aspect is brilliantly exemplified by the courting activities of bowerbirds. In Part 1, I revealed the interesting behaviors and plumages of bowerbirds that build avenue-type bowers to attract females. Part 2 part focuses on bowerbirds that build maypole-like bowers as well as bowerbirds that don’t actually build bowers, but belong to that group based on DNA evidence. I also include links to two videos exemplifying some of the bowerbirds’ songs and calls. Continue reading »
The Epitome of Bird Behavior; the Australian Bowerbirds: Part 1
by Graeme Guy | December 03, 2014
As a nature photographer, I share the philosophy of Ofer Levy, who has written articles on this website, and spend time photographing subjects providing action or interesting behavior. The latter aspect is brilliantly exemplified by the courting activities of bowerbirds. The bowerbirds are a monophyletic family of passerines consisting of 20 species in eight genera whose distribution is limited to Papua New Guinea and Australia. Australia has eight unique species, PNG has 10 species, plus two that are also found in Australia, making the total number of bowerbird species in the world as 20. Continue reading »