The Nikon D850 looks awesome, and it puts the exclamation point on Nikon's decade long lead in image quality. Want to know why I'm not switching from Canon? Read on!
I use the Cognisys Range IR to photography a White-throated Quail Dove at a daytime camera trap setup in a rainforest in Ecuador. I walk you through exposure and use of flash in this blog post.
I share some recent and not so recent experiences photographing sunset hummingbirds with natural light and multiple flashes in Costa Rica and Ecuador.
Gregory Basco of Deep Green Photography shares his favorite photos of 2016 from Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, and the USA
I recently had the chance to test the Sport and Contemporary versions of the Sigma 150-600 mm zooms. I ended up buying one. Read on to find out which!
Finding a giant earthworm in Ecuador's Amazon foothills was a thrill. But how in the heck do you make an interesting photo of one? Read on!
This year was a busy year for me because I carried a full load of workshops but still was able to successfully complete my coffee table book project on the natural wonders of Costa Rica. As the culmination of years of work in the forests of Costa Rica, I find myself looking back at the project as 2015 draws to a close.
I absolutely love the Canon 5DsR. Nonetheless, one reads many comments out on the web stating that it's harder to take sharp pictures because of the resolution of the new sensor and that the camera is noisy. I find neither of these things to be true!
Gregory Basco of Deep Green Photography talks about custom-designed flash drives from USB Memory Direct. These cool custom flash drives make a great PR gift for the nature photographer looking to leave an impression!
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.