Pan and Blur Photography explained. A Laysan Albatross skims by a setting wave on Midway Atoll.
An endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal rests on the sand, Midway Atoll. A long telephoto lens made it possible to get pleasing pictures without approaching too close
The importance of editing in digital photography. A sequence of photos reveals one winning image among the discards!
The birdlife of Assam and Aranachal Pradesh, India. Pheasant Tailed Jacanas, Egrets, Lesser Adjutant Storks, Red Vented Bulbuls, …
In this post, we go in search of wild gibbons. In a small wildlife reserve in Assam, India, a troop of hoolock gibbons was known to live in the treetops.
The bird settled for just a moment, I raised the camera to my eye without any sudden movement and got several frames before he/she lost interest and flew on.
Photographed in Hluhluwe/Imfolozi Park, South Africa, this is one of a pair of Egyptian geese that I observed at a water hole late in the afternoon, very late in the afternoon
the seed heads of these tall grasses along the creek bank provide a study in gold and blue
Although seemingly docile, hippos are reputedly the most dangerous animals in Africa killing and injuring more people than either lions or crocodiles.
A Cape Eagle Owl (Bubo capensis) perches with its head effortlessly rotated through 180 degrees.
The colours depicted are true to the original scene, they haven’t been “souped-up”.
the potential for using long lenses for landscape shots