• 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Nature Photography Resource for Bird, Wildlife, and Landscape Photographers

Already have an account?
February 2020
Latest Forum Discussions
Extracting opening Nikon firmware update
calvin1calvin | 02/19/20
Firmware Update for z 6+7
SantaFeJoe | 02/18/20
Proposed Rules for Drones
SantaFeJoe | 02/14/20
Not Getting Emails From NSN
Ed Cordes | 02/14/20
Topaz to charge for upgrades
WJaekel | 02/13/20
New 100mm Carbon Fiber Filter Holder
SantaFeJoe | 02/13/20
Best practices for selling a super telephoto
Greg Forcey | 02/13/20
Canon R5 in development
Scott Fairbairn | 02/13/20
Capture One Pro 20 questions
Bill Chambers | 02/12/20
When Should Topaz Gigapixel be used?
Eia | 02/12/20
Nikon D6 specs
DChan | 02/11/20
Samsung s20 Ultra 5G
SantaFeJoe | 02/11/20
Latest articles
From tips & techniques to location & gear reviews, to conservation issues.
Bird Species Spotlight: Snail Kites and Apple Snails
by Jake Jacoby | February 16, 2020
The snail kite is classified as “molluscivore” which is an animal that has a specialized diet of snails. Occasionally they also eat rodents, crayfish, crabs and turtles, but usually this is when snails are in short supply. Continue reading »
Bird Species Spotlight: Great Gray Owl
by Jake Jacoby | January 25, 2020

It seems like the great grey owl has been on my bucket list forever. However, I knew that they were never coming to Florida to visit me as their nomadic travels only take them as far south as Minnesota. Most of the year is spent in the far northern regions of Quebec, Canada, west to Alaska, and east to Scandinavia and Siberia.

Continue reading »
High-Key and Low-Key Images in a Natural Environment
by Steven Blandin | September 28, 2019

Most people will agree to say that wildlife photography does not happen in a controlled environment. Yet, there are ways to position yourself so that you may greatly influence your background’s brightness. Overcast weather will give more opportunities for high-key images, or bright backgrounds. While very sunny conditions might create situations were very dark backgrounds are possible. Quite counter-intuitive, isn’t it?

Continue reading »
Shop online
We're your trusted source for nature, wildlife, and outdoor photo gear.
Save $25 when you buy a SkimmerSack II and Skimmer Ground Pod. Limited time only!