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December 2018
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Update on best replacement foot for Nikon 500 5.6?
Cynthia Crawford | 12/10/18
What to do with old Photoshop Discs?
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Titanium Ballhead & CF/Titanium Tripod
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Buckhorn Cafe in San Antonio(Bosque) Closing
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Experience With Epson SureColor P5000
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2018 Nat. Geo. Contest Winners
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Focus Stacking with D850
SantaFeJoe | 12/05/18
Possible Nikon lens purchases?
Cynthia Crawford | 12/05/18
New Computer Specs
Aaron Jors | 12/05/18
Another ? about print darker than monitor
dbolt | 12/05/18
18/35 f1.8 sigma
Mike in O | 12/04/18
Fujifilm GFX 50R Review
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From tips & techniques to location & gear reviews, to conservation issues.
Anchoring Bird in Flight Shots
by Steven Blandin | November 28, 2018
Flying bird photographs are sought-after creations for most bird photographers. Besides the difficulty of properly synchronizing one’s hands motion and sight to properly frame the bird, there are other composing considerations to consider. It is very pleasing to create a photograph of a beautiful bird with wings fully outstretched on an open blue sky. Continue reading »
Distinguishing Your Nature Photography: 3 Strategies Not Often Followed
by Michael Douglas | November 28, 2018
In this article, I suggest three ways to improve the visibility of your nature photos. Two of these you can do yourself, while the last will likely involve collaboration with other like-minded photographers. Let’s first discuss why this is important. First the questions: Why are we interested in nature photography? Continue reading »
Bird Species Spotlight: Tricolored Heron
by Jake Jacoby | September 06, 2018
The tricolored heron, formerly known as the “Louisiana heron” in North America, is a small to medium-sized heron and is found in quiet, shallow waters. It is strikingly slender, with a long bill, neck, and legs and is often found wading belly-deep in coastal lagoons and freshwater ponds, lakes, and rivers. Continue reading »
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