Category Archives: General

The Big Picture

If your goal is like mine, to take great images of the natural world, let’s take a moment to think about how we look at the world in general, before you even pick up that camera. Take a pretend step … Continue reading

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Steps in learning to be a skilled nature and wildlife photographer.

Someone once said to me “I want to go where you go, see what you’ve seen!”  While it is true that you have to get out there (a lot) in order to find great subjects to photograph, that certainly isn’t all … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t My Images Sharp?

You are using a tripod aren’t you?  If you are often disappointed that your images are just a little blurry or not as sharp as everyone else, consider the tripod.  Tripods are a novice’s most neglected asset.  A beginner does … Continue reading

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What’s your favorite subject to photograph?

People, pets, wildlife, nature? Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Happy Spring!

Finally, Spring has arrived! Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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It’s Spring!

Spring is undeniably here in Wyoming! Redwing black birds have returned and so have the Sandhill cranes. Warmer days are punctuated now by snow squalls, not the other way around Many of you further south may have tulips by now, … Continue reading

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A Work in Progress

Please bear with me as I learn how to set this up! Hopefully, this will be a place to pick up tips and helpful hints to improve your own wildlife and nature photography.  Stay tuned! Meg   Recommend on Facebook … Continue reading

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