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Tag Archives: bird photography

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What’s More Important Than Your Subject?

Photographing birds in flight is more than just technical settings and knowing which auto focus area modes work best for the situation. There are techniques such as AF bumping and strategies for how and when […]

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Wild Florida Video | the Photographers Journal

Wildlife photography along the Gulf Coast of Florida is an excersise in superlatives. This is a landscape of deep beauty and mystery. Ancient live oaks drip with Spanish moss amidst sable and cabbage palms. There […]

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Green Jays of the Rio Grande Valley

  Of all the birds in the United Sates, I might have to argue that this one, the green jay, is the most stunning, the most colorful, the most beautiful of them all. This is […]

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Egret in Black II

Since I first released this photograph, I have fielded quite a few requests for information on how I created this image. Is it heavily photoshoped? Did I add the background? How on Earth did you […]

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Egret in Black

Last month I stopped by the egret rookery in St. Augustine Florida for a morning while on my way down to Sarasota for my Florida Bird Photography Workshop. As is typically the case this time […]

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Washington Oaks Owlet

Wow, what a week it has been for me. From the Outer Banks to Wilmington, St. Augustine, Orlando, back to St. Augustine, St. Marys, and back to the Banks. Its Spring time and love is […]