Posts tagged 1DX I
Falkland Islands Part 1

Penguins are my favorite bird and I have been/ still are obsessed with them. Even though I am a wildlife photographer, my goal was not just to get nice photos. My main goal was to surround myself in their environment and just experience living next to my favorite animal. I decided to make my dream a reality and travel for nearly one and a half months camping feet away from penguins on a remote island located between South America and Antarctica called the Falkland Islands.

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Photographer's Guide to Cold Weather- Ankles Down

If your feet are cold, then you are not dressed properly.  I have either guided or run into other photographers dealing with cold feet and, as you know, it is uncomfortable/ painful detracting your focus away from the animal towards your lower extremities.  If you are dress properly even in the most extreme conditions, your feet will feel comfortable.  The three components of adequately keeping your feet warm are socks, inside the boots, and boots. 

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Wildlife Photographer’s Field Review- Canon 1DX Mark II

Canon noticeably improved the functionality of the new Canon 1DX Mark II over its predecessor.  Many features including autofocus speed, autofocus accuracy, FPS improvements, and ISO noise characteristics are hard quantify on spec sheets, however are noticeable to any photographer using the original 1DX.  

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