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Zoom Lenses for Bird Photography Bird photography is an exciting and rewarding sub-set of wildlife photography, but it can be frustrating as well. Granted, there are birds that will pose for you as you come within ten feet, but there are others that are shy, fast-moving and often small. It is hard to take pride in a bird photograph that consists of a small speck in the middle of the
Who needs a travel tripod? You do! You do if you shoot in low-light situations, if you shoot close-ups with a macro lens, if you shoot with a long telephoto lens, if you shoot video with your DSLR camera (as many are now equipped to do) or if you just want the crispest, sharpest image you can obtain. But, as always there are trade-offs and you don’t want a heavy,
So you bought a new digital Nikon camera. Perhaps a D5300 or even a D7200. Great choice! Odds are it came bundled with an AF-S Nikkor 18-55 mm 1:3.5~5.6G lens, which is another great choice. The lens zooms from a moderate wide angle to a short telephoto and is versatile and easy to use. But at some point – whether you are shooting your daughter on the soccer field or
photo credit: andrewmalone Stockings via photopin (license) Stocking Stuffer Gift Ideas for Every Photographer on Your List Looking for some photography stocking stuffer ideas? Here are some small and inexpensive items that any photographer would appreciate in their Christmas stocking. BlackRapid Curve Breathe Camera Strap Carrying a camera around all day can be tiring, especially a DSLR. The BlackRapid Curve Breath Strap provides a comfortable carrying solution that spreads