Insects have wing beats ranging from 12 beats per second for a large butterfly to 250 beats per second for a honeybee. Photographing insects in flight is one of the greatest challenges for all wildlife photographers. This article describes how to capture crisp, sharp images of dragonflies. During the spring of 2010, I hired a […]
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Do you shoot RAW? Here are some of the reasons you might or might not want to switch over. Advantages of RAW Format In Your Photography RAW images lead to better image quality after editing. Digital cameras normally deliver your image in JPEG format after compressing the image inside the processor. When you edit the JPEG […]
What puts off most people from starting a hobby such as bird & wildlife photography? – it’s simply the cost. A Canon EF 500mm f/4L IS USM Super Telephoto Lens will cost you about USD 6,000. Apart from the price the other negative aspect is the weight. This beauty weighs in at 8.5 pounds! Imagine trekking through the forest or the jungle for several hours lugging this weight on top of your other photography gear. When out in the field taking wildlife shots, it’s important to approach your subject with patience and not to get too close.