GETTING SHARPER PHOTOS Wildlife photographers use a variety of methods and personal styles to produce outstanding images, but no matter what the photos depict, nearly all the pictures that really stop us in our tracks and make us look twice have at least one common characteristic. They’re absolutely tack-sharp in focus and show outstanding details. […]
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Getting Sharper Photos
Learning To See Light
It may seem strange to say that to become a successful photographer you have to learn to “see” light, particularly since the only way we do see anything is because of light. In photographic terms, however, “seeing” light refers to being able to recognize – and take advantage of — the best light when it […]
Valley of the Big Cats
“Valley of the Big Cats” had only been available for a short time before rave reviews began coming in from editors around the
nation, and distribution went world-wide. Here’s your chance to reserve an autographed first edition of one of the finest African wildlife books to be published in years!
Learning to Stretch Perfect Light
Among nature photographers, one of the first rules of shooting is learning to take advantage of the soft, seemingly magical light of early morning, irregardless of where they happen to be.
Seasonal Guide to the Natural Year
Steve uses Nature’s own calendar to cover a myriad of outdoor photo opportunities in his home state month-by-month. Many consider this one of the most useful outdoor guide books to Texas ever written.