Bird photography can be among the most rewarding and stunning photography that many of us will ever try. While it requires the patience of a saint, the resulting shots, in the right conditions will often make all of the effort worthwhile. While a lot of bird photography is done with specialist equipment such as telephoto […]
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Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography started as a child with a Kodak Instamatic and pushed him into building this fantastic place all these years later, and you can get to know him better here.
Camera: Nikon D810
Lenses: Nikkor 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm f/1.8
There are many different types of wildlife and bird photography. Today, let’s talk about two specific types that you will want to develop the skills to shoot. Action shots and bird portraits. Two entirely different types of image that, when put together in a collection, can really round it out. Capturing action is a big […]
Sometimes you have no choice but to shoot with a Phone camera. Maybe it’s all that’s available. Maybe it’s all that is suitable. But the skills to take a phone camera and get some usable images is something that every photographer should strive to build. I’ll give you an example. A while back I was on […]
Getting great photos from a phone camera is not only possible, but it’s also something that can be consistent for you if you learn the ins and outs specifically for phone photography. In fact, I’d say regularly shooting with the camera that is with you (ie your phone camera) is the single most convenient way […]
Getting a new DSLR can be quite an overwhelming experience for a new photographer. All the knobs and buttons seem to do a thousand different things (and they do), but the dirty secret of photography is that, at its core, knowledge of the exposure triangle is what will make your new DSLR sing. If you […]
The amount of amazing photography on the web never ceases to amaze us. There is so much talent and information surrounding the craft that it can be a little overwhelming. That is why we decided to help curate the photography web a little with our own collection of amazing photography websites that we are fans of. The list includes photographers from the film era right up to the age of digital photography.