Capture and Beyond Workflow Lessons That You Cannot Afford to Miss

Capture and Beyond Workflow Lessons That You Cannot Afford to Miss

There are no images to accompany this post. Why? When I first started digital photography in September, 2002 (not 2001 as I have written before…), I did not realize that it was important to save each RAW file. Each RAW file is the digital [...]

Juvie Sanderling: Capture, Clean-up and Cropping Lessons

I created this image while seated behind my tripod-mounted Canon 800mm f/5.6L IS lens with the 1.4X III TC and the EOS-1D Mark IV. ISO 400. Evaluative metering +2/3 stop: 1/1000 sec. at f/10 in Manual mode.

Lens/TC/camera body Micro-adjustment: 0.

Juvie Sanderling Capture Lessons

As regular readers know, wind against sun [...]

Size Does Matter; The Power of the Square of the Focal Length

Size Does Matter; The Power of the Square of the Focal Length

In the original “The Art of Bird Photography” I wrote something to this effect: the size of the bird in the frame is not a factor of the focal length but rather a factor of the square of the focal length. [...]