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Photographing Great Gray Owls in Winter
by Stuart McKay | February 20, 2015
I grew up in the outdoors and my dad encouraged me to listen to the birds, to see the trees and to feel the water. I also was brought up to respect all nature and that it’s improper to litter. Continue reading »
Background Control in Closeup Photography
by Tom Whelan | February 05, 2015
A 100mm macro lens is a classic choice for closeup work. It’s the first macro lens many photographers use. It's great handheld or on a tripod, and there are versions from different manufacturers with excellent sharpness and bokeh. But for a number of subjects, such as medium-sized flowers and insects, it’s hard to get a good background with a 100mm lens. Continue reading »
Photographing the Peregrine Falcon
by Ofer Levy | January 12, 2015
Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) is for me, one of the most fascinating and exciting subjects in the world of bird photography. The sheer speed of this bird, coupled with its immense power, sublime elegance and astonishing beauty make the peregrine the king of birds. I have been fortunate to witness peregrines hunting on two occasions. The ferocity and aerobatic abilities while chasing their prey, as well as the clever way in which they collaborate to pursue the hunt, have left me with memories. Continue reading »