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.
This week I discuss a green iguana (Iguana iguana) photo taken in northern Costa Rica.
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.
Gregory Basco of Deep Green Photography shares his top 15 tips for rainforest macro photography
Greg Basco of Deep Green Photography shares his design for a bird feeder for the photographer
The famed Bosque del Apache is a magical place but it's not all about one type of shot. Greg Basco, Keith Bauer, and Doug Brown offer you their Top 5 Tips for capturing a diverse and colorful portfolio on your next visit to this jewel of a wildlife refuge.
Gregory Basco of Deep Green Photography describes how he took a photo of a deadly fer-de-lance using multiple flashes in Costa Rica's Corcovado National Park.
Some people hate black backgrounds for macro photography. I don't, but I wanted some color in the background for this image of an ant acacia. Because of the wind, I had to use flash. So, how did I get some color in the background?
I always try to keep my images faithful to the RAW file captured in-camera. But for this photo of Costa Rica's active Poas Volcano, I decided to try out some heavier post-processing techniques.
How to do aerial photography. On a recent aerial shoot, I wanted to produce an image or two that looked like they were taken anywhere but in Costa Rica...