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Fall Waterfowl Migration 2021

I’ve been to a few refuge’s in the area recently, in particular Bombay Hook in DE and Blackwater in Cambridge and have seen and photographed tons of ducks. This year I’m shooting with a...

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Hummingbirds & Potted Plants

I had big visions of a really cool garden that would attract hummingbirds and butterflies but it never came to fruition. Instead this year I went with potted plants staged on my deck and...

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Triple Setup

Here’s a shot of my setup I use when the Hummingbirds arrive in town. With this arrangement I can photograph Hummingbirds, get shots of birds in flight, and shoot some nice portraits. The flowers...

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4 KEY ELEMENTS TO SUCCESSFUL BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY

I’m going to share with you 4 essential elements that will transform your images almost overnight. Once you learn and use these elements you will look at bird photography in a whole new way....

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Blue Jay – How I Got The Shot 9/30/20

  I created this shot using the new Canon R6 and my old trusty Canon 400mm 2.8L lens. Place the camera in M mode Set the shutter speed and F/stop. For this shot, 1/3200...

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How to Photograph Hummingbirds

In this article I’ll share with you one technique on how to photograph Hummingbirds in your Backyard! If you do a search on Youtube, you’ll find several different techniques on how to photograph Hummingbirds....

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Cardinal Landing on a Perch Full Wing Span

This pose is one of my favorites because to me it shows the real beauty of the bird. In my E-book, “Secrets to Photographing Backyard Birds in Flight”, I go over the different wing...

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Photographing Mourning Dove in Flight

Yes, Mourning Dove are super fast flyers, but the time to photograph one is when its hovering over a feeder! One of the usual visitors to my feeders are Mourning Dove. I’ve studied their...

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Cardinal Using an Evasive Maneuver Setup

Using my remote shutter, I was able to grab this shot of a Cardinal turning away from the feeder. Notice the light is behind the camera which will illuminate the bird!! The Setup: Camera...