Wildlife Videography Techniques
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Wildlife Videography Techniques

May 7, 2013 | Text And Photography By Moose Peterson
HDSLRs give you the ability to create professional-level wildlife films, shorts and even simple multimedia clips. If you haven’t tried, here’s a primer on how to get it done.
Capturing The Annual Sardine Run
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Capturing The Annual Sardine Run

February 26, 2013 | Text And Photography By Chris Fallows/apexpredators.com
Every year around June, a mass migration takes place along the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa that draws an unprecedented abundance of predators of fin, fur and feather
On A Photo Hunt
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On A Photo Hunt

October 2, 2012 | By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Stefano Ronchi
Italian wildlife photographer Stefano Ronchi creates high-impact wildlife photographs through careful study of behavior and a mastery of technique
Wildlife Panoramas
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Wildlife Panoramas

September 4, 2012 | By George D. Lepp And Kathryn Vincent Lepp, Photography By George D. Lepp
Try composite panoramas to get a wider view of wildlife while keeping the animals prominent in the frame
Shooting Blind
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Shooting Blind

May 22, 2012 | Text And Photography By Dominique Braud
How to shoot from a floating blind
Long Lens Tips And Techniques
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Long Lens Tips And Techniques

May 22, 2012 | Text And Photography By Arthur Morris
Big-glass guru Arthur Morris shows you how to use long telephotos to get your best up-close wildlife shots ever!
Lighting For Wildlife
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Lighting For Wildlife

March 13, 2012 | By Staff
Think about the way you illuminate your subjects to tell their story
Action-Sequence Panoramas
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Action-Sequence Panoramas

December 27, 2011 | Text And Photography By George D. Lepp
How to capture time and space in a single frame
The Whale Guy
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The Whale Guy

June 7, 2011 | By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Flip Nicklin
Flip Nicklin has spent 30 years looking whales in the eye. His acclaimed photographs have practically defined these massive and graceful creatures to the general public and helped break new ground in marine mammalogy.
Long Lens Techniques For Wildlife Photos
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Long Lens Techniques For Wildlife Photos

May 10, 2011 | Text And Photography By Moose Peterson
How to use a big telephoto lens for wildlife and more!
Boost Your AF Performance
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Boost Your AF Performance

April 26, 2011 | Text And Photography By Mike Stensvold
How to set up your camera and lens to get quick response when you’re shooting fast-moving subjects like wildlife
Get Low For Big Impact
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Get Low For Big Impact

March 8, 2011 | Text And Photography By Arthur Morris
Change your camera angle to free your wildlife shots from cluttered, distracting backgrounds

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On The Wing
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On The Wing

October 12, 2010 | By Mike Stensvold, Photography By Chris Klapheke
A look at the many facets of avian photography and techniques for getting colorful, inspiring images
Wildlife Photography Primer
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Wildlife Photography Primer

September 14, 2010 | By George D. Lepp And Kathryn Vincent Lepp, Photography By George D. Lepp
In his new book, wildlife photographer and Tech Tips guru George Lepp shares lessons learned in a lifetime of photography
The Wildlife Photojournalist
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The Wildlife Photojournalist

July 6, 2010 | By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Tim Laman
With a doctorate in biology and an eye for rich biodiversity, Tim Laman’s extraordinary wildlife photography is captivating and raises awareness about the complex ecosystems he shoots
The Decisive Wildlife Moment
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The Decisive Wildlife Moment

April 27, 2010 | Text And Photography By Scott Linstead
How to catch that instant when the whole photograph comes together with universal impact
New Percentages
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New Percentages

March 2, 2010 | By Staff
Today, “high ISO” means values like 25,600 instead of 800. These dramatic advancements are giving nature photographers a whole new way to think about making images.
Avian Abstracts
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Avian Abstracts

January 26, 2010 | Text And Photography By Stephen Lang
A different interpretation of bird photography that departs from the usual sharp, literal imagery to which we’re accustomed
Extreme Wildlife
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Extreme Wildlife

October 20, 2009 | By Lisa Oltersdorf, Photography By Jim Oltersdor
Jim Oltersdorf works on the edge to get wild and unique photographs of wildlife and nature as a whole
Taking Flight
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Taking Flight

May 19, 2009 | By Mike Stensvold, Photography By Miguel Lasa
Miguel Lasa may be a physician by training, but he’s a top wildlife photographer by avocation
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