Monthly Archives: June 2016



Another of my favorite situations in bird photography is the silhouette – that is photographing a subject against the light, rendering it as a fully black shape, and usually surrounded by beautiful golden orange hues.  It […]

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The Story Behind the Image 8 – Royal Tern Love Story

Photographed in late April 2012 at Fort Desoto, immediately south of St. Petersburg on the west coast of Florida.  A beachgoers paradise, and equally so for bird photographers.  Prime time for courting gulls and terns, […]

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Sunrise, Sunset, Live View…A Lifesaver!

Photographing sunrises and sunsets can be pleasant, but when using long lenses to get that sun bigger in the frame it can be difficult and especially dangerous (blinding) for the eyes to compose the image by looking […]

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