Bush Warriors Wildlife Photography Workshop: You Can Photograph Wildlife in the Rain!

Let me start off by wishing you all the very best for the New Year.  I hope that you had an amazing festive season with family and friends and that you are ready to get 2011 underway! Rain. Normally not Continue Reading

Bush Warriors Wildlife Photography Workshop: Hope for the Future!

Only two weeks left in 2010!  It really is amazing how quickly time goes by. With this, the last photography post for the year, I wanted to look back at the past year and also start looking ahead to 2011. Continue Reading

Wildlife Photography Workshop: Slow It Down

If you follow my blog, you will have seen this image. (Nikon D300, Nikon 80-400 @ 320mm, 1/5 sec, f/11, ISO 320) I have had quite a few requests, from people wanting to try this techinque, asking… How? So here Continue Reading

Wildlife Photography Workshop: Show the Beauty

If you look around bookstores and the internet, you are bound to find quite a bit of black and white wildlife photography. It’s easy to see why. By removing color from an image, especially with a wild subject, we cut Continue Reading

Wildlife Photography Workshop: Go Wide

What piece of photo equipment do you think of when someone mentions wildlife photography? Yeah, a weapon sized telephoto zoom lens. If you own one of theses lenses, with a focal length of more than 300mm, you will know that Continue Reading