Pandion Haliaetus

So what is Pandion haliaetus?  The North American Osprey!  I have had the opportunity to work at getting pictures of osprey recently.  There is a nest north out of the … Continue Reading >

Tiny Landscapes and Macro Photography with Mike Moats

  • By Brian Snyder
  • April 28, 2016
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Have you ever wanted to venture into the world of close-up/macro photography?  Several years ago I started following a photographer named Mike Moats.  His work is wonderful and creative and … Continue Reading >

Waterfall Mecca

There are many things about being a nature photographer that are gratifying to see and experience.  One of those is visiting waterfalls.  As you’re hiking near a waterfall, you hear … Continue Reading >

What You Don’t Know About A Photograph …

  • By Brian Snyder
  • April 21, 2016
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Have you ever showed a picture to someone or posted it online without telling the story behind it?  This winter picture almost did not get taken because I was out … Continue Reading >

Two Hints to Finding Your Passion

  • By Brian Snyder
  • April 19, 2016
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Have you ever wondered where your passion lies in photography, that genre where you get the most satisfaction? That is a question I have often asked myself.  As a photographer … Continue Reading >

Tin Man Lee

Today I would like to introduce you to a wildlife photographer that I learned of about five months ago. His name is Tin Man Lee, he is originally from China … Continue Reading >

How is Your Exposure?

Do you go out to create pictures and come back with images too bright, moving subjects blurred, or not enough depth-of-field to get everything in focus?  Maybe you are letting … Continue Reading >

Pocket Instamatic to Smartphone

  • By Brian Snyder
  • April 7, 2016
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                                                                                         Samsung cell picture In 1972 Kodak produced a small, pocket size camera called the Pocket Instamatic which took a 110 cassette of film with 24 exposures on it.  Being … Continue Reading >

How I Dodge and Burn

When working on pictures in Photoshop, there can be several ways to do different tasks and end up with similar results. My favorite way to dodge and burn (lighten and … Continue Reading >

Tips for Stunning Wildflower Photos

  • By Brian Snyder
  • March 31, 2016
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Wildflowers will soon be blooming and today I am sharing an article by Candace Dyar.  She shares a few tips to help any photographer create stunning pictures of wildflowers.  Take … Continue Reading >