There are many photographers out there doing bird photography. Most of the photographs would be like a bird sitting on a clean perch with a nice green blurred background. So, do you want to replicate the same shots? or are you interested in creating unique shots?
Nikon announces its new range of Full Frame Mirrorless cameras. The new models are Nikon Z7 and Nikon Z6. Nikon Z7 is priced at 3,400$ and the Z6 is priced at 2000$. (Price not including the kit lens)
In this article, we will go through wildlife photography with Canon 70-200mm f4 L IS lens. This will give you a better idea on how a mid range telephoto focal lengths between 70mm and 200mm can get you awesome wildlife photos. You will also learn when to use these focal lengths during a wildlife photography trip.
All those who are planning to purchase a camera lens for bird photography, we will see what all factors we need to check before buying one. This guide will help you to choose the right one.
Bean bag is a very useful accessory for both wildlife photographers as well as Bird photographers. The question is, Do you really need a Bean Bag for Wildlife photography? Let us see the advantages and disadvantages of using a Bean Bag to find the solution for this answer.
We all know that the colors produced during sunset are so beautiful that we can’t take eyes from it. Since the dynamic range of a digital camera is less than that of the Human eye, We may not be able to reproduce the scene into an image. You can capture the entire beauty of the Sunset if you use the correct camera settings and technique. Let us have a look at the different tips and techniques to improve Sunset photography.
If you are into landscape photography, then you would have come across the term camera filters. Then you may have heard about the CPL filter or Circular Polarizer Filter. The question is, do you really need a CPL filter for photography? To answer this question, let us see what all things this CPL filter can do. It will help you to decide whether to use one or not.
Portrait Vs Landscape, This is a question that comes to a photographer’s mind while shooting. It has left me confused in many situations. Should I shoot in Landscape Mode or go for Portrait orientation? The answer to this question is quite simple. It is actually the photographer who decides whether to compose the picture in Landscape or portrait orientation. Let us see, how shooting in different orientations can affect the perspective of an image.