It only takes one trip out in the field to learn that getting birds large in frame is no easy task. Here are five different ways to increase the size of the birds in your photos and how these methods compare to each other.
Articles written by Ryan Mense
The first third-party drop-in filters have arrived for Canon’s EF-to-RF filter mount adapter. Take your pick!
One of the most desirable qualities in a wildlife photograph is having good separation between the animal and the background. Here’s a simple breakdown on how to achieve this with any camera and lens.
Along the western coast of Canada lives a unique population of wolves unlike anything found inland. This behind-the-scenes video shows the dedication toward photographing the rare sea wolf of British Columbia.
The Nikon Z 6 was one of the company’s first attempts in the full-frame mirrorless camera market. How does it fare with wildlife photography and its unique challenges?
The little things can add up to make a wildlife photographer’s day out in the field much nicer.
Between the Sony a7S III’s announced specs satisfying the five-year hype and its praise given in early reviews, it appears that the new camera is off to a great launch. However, I noticed a feature was missing.
Today, Sony announced their long-awaited a7S III with an eagle-eye focus on video performance. For those less enthused about a video-oriented camera, here’s what we can expect for Sony’s other product lines based on the new developments inside the a7S III.
We’ve all felt the undying anticipation for this day to finally come, so without further delay let’s get straight into the details. For your safety and the safety of those around you, please remain seated with your seatbelt fastened.
This year, my shot list for which bird species I was most eager to capture was kept very short in order to be realistically achievable. Unfortunately, as luck would have it, from that list I had already missed the migratory opportunities for two of them. I wasn’t about to let my final target bird slip away as well.
Sony cameras can be customized extensively to suit each individual user’s needs. In this video, I share my own menu settings and custom buttons for bird photography as well as the reasons behind them.
Sony has announced its most expensive G Master zoom lens to date, the FE 12-24mm f/2.8.
Panasonic’s mission was to create a Micro Four Thirds camera that would have a compact design, have the ability of easily connecting to smartphones and tablets to drop media files and start editing, and feature a robust set of creative tools to elevate photo taking and video productions at all levels. From these goals, the LUMIX G100 was born. The new camera, which will be known as the LUMIX G110 outside of North America, is aimed at hobbyists and vloggers in both key features and price, but it still comes with a few new technologies and specs never seen on any LUMIX camera before it.
In this video I will go through each setting of the Sony FE 200-600mm super-telephoto zoom lens and show you how I use them for bird photography.
One year ago today, Sony announced the FE 200-600mm super-telephoto zoom lens. I was one of the first people on the planet to use the lens before that announcement, and later in September 2019 I purchased my own copy and have used it extensively ever since.
It’s the best time of year to be a bird photographer living in Wisconsin. In this video I take you behind the scenes of what I’ve been shooting lately.
Capture One is rolling out a noteworthy free update today that greatly improves the photo editing software’s healing and cloning brush tools, plus adds another long-requested feature.
We’ve seen camera companies step up to donate money and resources towards fighting the COVID-19 outbreak, and LensCoat is also joining in and doing what they do best to help stop the spread of the infectious disease.
A couple of weeks ago I turned in my Sony a7R IV and went back to the previous generation a7R III.
In this behind-the-scenes bird photography video, I get my camera out to photograph rough-legged hawks hovering above a field like the adorable angels of death they are.