The Wildlife Photography Conference is a KelbyOne production. It’s online and runs March 16 and 17th, 2021.
This will be a live, two-day, online conference where we show you how to choose essential gear, get noticed on social media, compose better photos, use the best plug-ins and so much more.
I have spent the last year in my house for the most part and while I do expect […]
Great news! I am teaching at the Kelbyone Wildlife Conference. It’s an online, virtual affair with tons of great info from some of the best instructors on the planet – and me 🙂
I was about to buy a lens plate for the Olympus M.ZUIKO Digital ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens. When I am in a blind, I keep the lens on a tripod just to rest my arms. But a lens plate adds weight and a good one cost about $50.
It’s here! My dream bird/wildlife photography lens is here. It’s real. I have a full retail version in my hands and I am stoked.
There are now 56 companies (that’s right – 56 – not just Olympus and Panasonic) participating in the M43 consortium. Four new M43 cameras conforming to the standard were introduced just last year. And many more lenses.
(And it’s on sale.) You can save $20 off the regular price between now and use this link […]
usually post my favorite picture of the year. Sometimes (but not usually) I post more than one. This year I will post two and here’s why.
’ve decided to put together a guide to sharper images. Please note this is not a scientific guide or a white paper. It’s got more information in it than my typical blog posts, but it’s not EVERY SINGLE THING you can think of when it comes to sharp photos. It does contain just about everything you really NEED to know. It’s a thesis based on my own decades of experience trying to both understand what a sharp picture is all about, and how to go about getting one. It’s written with one goal – to help you get sharp photos.