Over the years we’ve had the opportunity to interview a variety of photographers, and each month we share their best tips with our readers in our Photography Newsletter. If you’ve missed them, here’s a round-up of their greatest advice for photographing your favorite birds and blooms.
Capturing birds in motion
If you’re ready to take your photographs to the next level, try taking photos of birds in motion. While moving birds are a bit more challenging to photograph than perched birds, some basic techniques can help you get a great shot.
Taking better bird photos
Birds can oftentimes be the perfect subject for your favorite photo, but snapping them at just the right time is key. Photographer Carl Edwards offers his best tips for taking strong bird photos.
Finding the perfect backdrop for your wilderness photography
Photographer Diane Le Vasseur fell in love with photography in the 1960s. Since then she’s found some of the most beautiful wilderness spots to take her favorite photos.
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