Photographing Migrant Warblers
by Brian Zwiebel | May 1, 2005

© Brian ZwiebelMigrant warblers are among the most difficult avian subjects to photograph. They hide in the leaves, often in dark shadows, and flit about in the tops of tall trees. These very small birds rarely sit still for more than a second or two, chasing insects frantically. Five seconds with a cooperativ...

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Interpreting your Camera’s Histogram
by Greg Downing | September 1, 2004

© Greg DowningOne of the biggest advantages of shooting digital is the instant feedback it offers, allowing photographers to evaluate results on the fly and make any necessary adjustments. Perhaps the most valuable feedback of all is offered through the camera’s histogram display, which provides a graph...

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