If you photograph anything outdoors, whether it’s people, landscapes, scenics, wildlife, birds, nature, etc. and you want to improve your photographs. This is my number one tip. Get out there early.
Congrats to Arnie Berger you were randomly selected to win a $100 B&H Gift Card. Send me an […]
In my Bird Photography Gear Guide (https://picturemethods.com/2019/02/25/scott-bournes-bird-photography-gear-guide/) I talk about the fact that I often use a monopod – not so much to steady my shots but rather, to rest my arms because I leave the camera and telephoto lens on the monopod and it keeps my arms and shoulders from getting tired carrying the camera all day.
It’s Memorial Day in the USA so there is a break in the regular posting schedule. There will […]
Why photograph captive birds?
Great way to practice
Can save on travel to exotic lands to find the same creatures
Gives you access you wouldn’t typically get in the wild
Helps capture close up detail
Helps build sample/portfolio
Okay – sorry, but I have to vent. I haven’t written much in this style lately, and I promise to move on to more positive things in my next post, but I am sick and tired of photographers using click bait by writing stories about what does and does not constitute “real photography.”
When I first tried cameras that relied on EVFs I wasn’t impressed. I was used to big, bright, beautiful, optical viewfinders.
But then something happened – EVF builders listened to the criticism that electronic viewfinders brought and made better EVFs.