Outdoor Photographer Bill Konway took this photograph in Indiana. ArcticShield purchased it for promotional use. He writes, It was shot with a Nikon D2XS with a 400mm f2.8 lens. Because of the long focal length, and shallow depth of field, the 400 really makes the picture pop. Because I was able to be farther away from […]
Bill Konway knows when to break the rules (of photography) so that no one gets hurt and so that the shot just works. Check out his latest work for Prois Hunting and Field Apparel, where he breaks the Rule of Thirds … right in half.
Photographer Bill Konway photographed Mark Strand, creator and found of the School of Outdoor Sports, last week on the shores of Lake Superior in Wisconsin. See how he worked with a gloomy day and overcast sky to create a portrait that we’re sure Mark is proud to be featured in.
Bill Konway’s work smacks of cutting edge, a little off-beat at times and downright brilliant — in that he looks at things in unusual ways and then, captures those angles and ideas with his camera. Take, for example, this photograph of a Hunter’s Specialties turkey target. Says Bill, “It was shot with a Nikon macro […]
He thinks of everything, that Bill Konway, outdoor photographer extraordinaire! In this installment of Shoot to Thrill!, Bill directs us to how to use a waterproof point-and-shoot camera for an underwater stream shot, without having to get our hair wet! You’ll appreciate Bill’s attitude, too, and sense of humor here.
One thing about outdoor photographer and ‘Shoot to Thrill’ contributor Bill Konway, he’s edgy with his photography. Read about his work done recently for Bowtech Archery where he also made three assistants get in the water with strobes. The result? One of those shots that might make you shiver, but also, anticipate what’s next. And, we’ve included Bill’s slide show of great shots of 2009 for you to see, too.
Outdoor photographer Bill Konway broke a rule and did it ever pay off … check out this week’s Shoot to Thrill installment, where Bill describes a photo shoot in Kentucky with outdoor writer Brandon Butler, and how he worked for an effect of sun spots and a brilliant halo-like glow in the photo.
When Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate for a great outdoor photo, enter outdoor photographer Bill Konway and his tips on how to make that shot count — without having to go back to the studio and use PhotoShop. Bill’s recent experience in the field with TV personalities Pat Reeves and Nicole Jones make for a teachable moment in outdoor photography in this week’s “Shoot to Thrill” column.