Posts tagged Wildlife photography equipment
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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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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