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When you look at the beautiful wildlife photos in a magazine such as National Geographic, it’s easy to be tempted to try your hand at getting out there and shooting some wild animals too – shooting with your camera, that is! Here are some basic wildlife photography tips: 1. Use a dSLR camera. I’m not [...]
Photography provides us with the ability to freeze a moment in time; to make it static and permanent. Every photograph has a story behind it that is just as much a part of the picture, even though it may be unseen by the person viewing it. For instance, this is a photograph that I took [...]
Spring is just around the corner (well, for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere – our friends in Australia will be coming up on wintertime in a couple of months!). With spring comes wildflowers. I live in the desert of Arizona and we’re about to reach our peak wildflower season. Here are some tips [...]
I’ve seen some pictures out there that HAD to have put the photographer in a pretty precarious position in order to get the shot. I’ve seen cars rigged with all sorts of miscellaneous structural devices that place the camera outside of the car with the passenger holding a remote shutter release from the inside. I’ve [...]
My name is Steve Creek and I’m a wildlife photographer from Lavaca, ARK. I love the outdoors and spend many hours in the woods with my camera. Photography is my passion. I enjoy watching and studying wildlife; two key things you must do in order to get that perfect photo. I have had numerous opportunities [...]