The Way to Get Perfect Wildlife Portraits in Africa
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by Court Whelan, Ph.D.
3d ago
The post The Way to Get Perfect Wildlife Portraits in Africa appeared first on The Natural Photographer. The classic wildlife portrait is one of the first photos we aim to achieve in any given wildlife encounter—especially those as extraordinary as you are likely to have in Africa.  ..read more
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The One Custom Setting you Should Use when Shooting on Automatic
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by Court Whelan, Ph.D.
1w ago
The post The One Custom Setting you Should Use when Shooting on Automatic appeared first on The Natural Photographer. I like to think of point-and-shoot photography more as “point and create.”  There’s nothing novice or basic at all about this style of photography and I profoundly feel that all ..read more
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How to Get Perfect Focus for Northern Lights Photography
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by Court Whelan, Ph.D.
2w ago
The post How to Get Perfect Focus for Northern Lights Photography appeared first on The Natural Photographer. Focusing your camera at night is one of the biggest challenges out there in the world of photography.  It’s hard for you to see, and your camera’s autofocus relies on ..read more
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Shot Settings – Bears at Brooks Falls
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by Court Whelan, Ph.D.
3w ago
The post Shot Settings – Bears at Brooks Falls appeared first on The Natural Photographer. This is the dream trip for just about every wildlife photographer on the planet–to have an extraordinary day (or days!) at the famous Brooks Falls platform in Katmai National Park ..read more
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How to Photograph Bears in Lake Clark National Park
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by Mike Hillman
1M ago
The post How to Photograph Bears in Lake Clark National Park appeared first on The Natural Photographer. It’s the beginning of summer, which for me means that Alaska is calling. Recently, I’ve been spending my summers in Lake Clark National Park at Nat Hab’s Alaska Bear Camp ..read more
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Previsualization – The Art of Picturing your Pictures
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by Mike Hillman
1M ago
The post Previsualization – The Art of Picturing your Pictures appeared first on The Natural Photographer. One of the biggest things that I think separates a tourist with a camera from an amateur/pro-level photographer is planning. If you’re like me, then you probably think about the ..read more
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How to Photograph Iceland’s Waterfalls
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by Court Whelan, Ph.D.
1M ago
The post How to Photograph Iceland’s Waterfalls appeared first on The Natural Photographer. For something so spectacular, they’re amazingly ubiquitous throughout Iceland.  We’re talking about awe-inspiring, mind-blowing, life-changing waterfalls.  And while a single waterfall can be the subject of hours of photography, multiply ..read more
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How Much Telephoto do you need for Photographing Churchill’s Polar Bears?
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by Court Whelan, Ph.D.
2M ago
The post How Much Telephoto do you need for Photographing Churchill’s Polar Bears? appeared first on The Natural Photographer. Telephoto lenses are must-haves when it comes to wildlife photography.  They bring the action closer to you, metaphorically, so that more of your frame is filled with the animals you’re ..read more
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How To Get This Shot – Silky Australian Waterfall
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by Mike Hillman
2M ago
The post How To Get This Shot – Silky Australian Waterfall appeared first on The Natural Photographer. Have you ever been in a hotel lobby and seen a photo like the one above? A picturesque waterfall with the water’s movement blurred to give the image a feeling ..read more
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How To Get This Shot – Alaskan Backlit Bear
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by Mike Hillman
3M ago
The post How To Get This Shot – Alaskan Backlit Bear appeared first on The Natural Photographer. To be a photographer often means to be a planner. You’ve planned out the trip, packed the right equipment, selected your locations, figured out sunrise & sunset, and there’s a ..read more
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