Posts tagged Nikon
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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Equipment Guide to Wildlife Flash Photography

Most wildlife photographers undervalue the importance of having/ using a flash and, in my opinion, is a huge mistake.  Utilizing a speedlight allows you to add some fill flash to a photo or for total illumination of a particular subject. Have you ever wanted to add a little light when you’re photographing an animal?  Utilizing a little fill flash will give you pleasing results by adding some life to the image by the addition of a catch light in the eyes.  Getting the right gear for flash can be confusing, so hopefully I’m going to demystify the setup. 

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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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