Posts tagged Canon 1DX II
Moose Photography Guide

Moose are definitely not at the top of the food chain, but they are the kings of the forest. No animal in North America stands on all legs as high as an Alaskan Moose including you. Vou will never forget being close to a bull Alaskan Moose as they tower over you standing over seven feet tall. Talking to many photographers Moose are at the top of everyone’s list because for most people they are the illusive mammal that never comes close. There is nothing like photographing a rut from start to finish, and my goal is to help you be successful this fall. When you are photographing Moose during the rut both timing and location are critical for success as well as understanding Moose behavior.

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Falkland Islands Part 2

Being completely surrounded by penguins and camping among them for nearly one and a half months was an experience I will never forget. This is the second part of a two-article series covering some of my favorite photos taken and describing the experiences behind the photo. The Falkland Islands are situated between South America and Antarctica and is the best place in the world to photograph penguins and other bird species as they use the island as their nesting grounds. In this article, I am going to share some of my favorite photos of Gentoo Penguins, King Penguins, Magellanic Penguins, Rockhopper Penguins, Albatross, and Striated Caracara.

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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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Canon 100-400mm f/ 4.5-5.6 IS II Review

Prior to the introduction of the 100-400 f/ 4.5- 5.6 IS II, Canon has had an apparent gap in their telephoto lens lineup.  The previous version was a slow- focusing lens, which caused photographers to opt for either fixed focal length offerings, shorter zoom options, or lenses made by third- party manufacturers.  Canon drastically improved the performance of the lens by enhancing the sharpness, autofocus speed, and some other characteristics.  However, the new lens also has some negatives. 

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