My new e-book, The Guide to Tropical Nature Photography with co-author Glenn Bartley (my friend and a fantastic tropical bird photographer), is becoming THE resource for nature photographers traveling to the tropical rainforest!
We all buy photo-related gear. Here are some ideas on how you could save enough to buy a Canon 5D Mark III!
Here are my top 5 tips to ensure that you maximize your camera’s capabilities to give you clean image files with lots of good detail.
I’ve been featured on the PhotoShelter blog, where they invited me to answer questions about how to carve out a successful niche as a professional nature photographer.
BBC/Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year — How I Was Honored with a Picture of One of the Most Boring Birds in Costa Rica!
My image of a gray-headed chachalaca was honored in this year’s BBC/Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition!
Today I’m kicking off a new feature that will give you a behind the scenes look at a different image every two weeks.
I had a chance recently to use Canon’s new 70 to 300 mm L IS zoom lens here in Costa Rica. Read my review to see lots of sample images and to read my thoughts on this intriguing new lens.
HDR has become very popular with landscape photographers. In this video, I take you behind the scenes as I compare a couple of single images with the same scenes done with HDR.
I spent a few days recently photographing the birds that come to the feeders at my house. Read more to see the images and get an inside look at how I captured them.
I believe that we have come to a point in nature photography where disclosure of how a photo was processed is a necessity to ensure public trust in nature photography and to establish a baseline for viewers evaluating the merit of nature photographs taken by professionals and amateurs alike.