Bokeh-The Photographer’s Blur Simple Tips to Improve Your Dreamy Backdrop For Wildlife Photography

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Jul-23,2019

Bokeh-The Photographer’s Blur Simple Tips to Improve Your Dreamy Backdrop For Wildlife Photography

Taken from a Japanese word for “blur,” bokeh has become a photography slang used to describe how a lens renders a background that’s out of focus. Camera enthusiasts discuss...

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Jul-17,2019

Shorebirds of America

Two black-bellied plovers arrived on a stopover ground near Pensacola Beach, Florida in early May of this year. This is an atypical stopover location for these birds, however very...

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Jul-17,2019

The Swamps Have Eyes…

Over the years, swamps have been the subject of a number of horror stories with tales of swamp monsters and devils. While most of these are fiction, there is...

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Jan-18,2019

2019 Windland Smith Rice International Awards Competition-Mississippi Sandhill Crane

The Rarest Bird In North America-Mississippi Sandhill Crane Among all endangered species, the most vulnerable are those that survive in small numbers living within a limited range. In biological...

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Nov-20,2018

The Day I Became a Sandhill Crane

It started out to be a day just like any other day. I had set out to photograph nature in one of my favorite wildlife refuge, Arthur R. Marshall...

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Nov-16,2018

Flamingos

The Caribbean Flamingos are often considered the most iconic species living on certain Caribbean islands. They were once native to many different islands and mainland of the states. My...

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