Outdoor photographer Stacey Huston, from Wyoming, gives tips for learning about wildlife around you — especially while you’re outdoors with camera in hand and mind on the task of getting interesting subject matter. Tracks, sounds and scat … all add up to being aware of your surroundings.
In a lead up to what can be described as a humorous and eventful week, outdoor photographer Stacey Huston details the trouble she went to in order to photograph last Sunday’s solar eclipse. It’s a great read and we think you’re going to learn a lot and get ready to shoot the sun — for when the next eclipse rolls around.
Outdoor photographer Stacey Huston lives dangerously, as she steps onto the ice in an effort to retrieve a pair of antlers and finds an entire buck encased in ice in a Wyoming stream. She uses the opportunity to photograph this fine specimen, and to teach us about stepping on the ice with our own digital cameras — how to use aperture settings to our advantages. Check out her Shoot to Thrill advice, and also, you’ll want to see her photographs.
Icy mountain air kisses my skin and the cold hard ground bites into my hip. I pull my feet up and feel Hawk shift beside me. I roll to my back and exhale a cloud of breath that dances away by the light of the full moon. I am wide awake, staring up at the […]
Every day I log on to the computer and read things posted by people I may never meet, and some that I have known for years. I see photos of complete strangers’ families, and learn personal things about people who, without the Internet and more specifically, Facebook, I would most likely never have the opportunity […]
Add a caption to Stacey Huston’s photo of a cute little black and white animal and win your choice of a beautiful, fullsize print of a fawn or a package of 8 cards (4X6 photos on 5X7 blank note card signed by Stacey with 4 random photos.)
“It has been 2000 years since the last lunar eclipse coincided with the winter solstice, and I doubt I will live long enough to see it happen again,” writes Stacey Huston. Enjoy reading her account of witnessing and photographing the last lunar eclipse during the winter solstice.
Outdoor photographer and contributor to the “Shoot to Thrill” category Stacey Huston provides a holiday wish and photo on behalf of all the Shoot to Thrillers, who have proved to us again and again this year the importance of paying attention to detail, and that indeed, a picture tells a story. Thank you, Stacey.
She’s already out among the pronghorn antelope in Wyoming, getting perfect shots before hunting season begins. There’s something special about a photographer such as Stacey Huston, of Wyoming, who walks the walk and talks the talk and shares with us tips for getting the Depth of Focus just right.
We all know that taking photographs involves more than learning how to operate a camera. Read outdoor photographer Stacey Huston’s mindset for when it comes to always being prepared to photograph your outdoor adventures.
On this particular evening in Wyoming, outdoor photographer Stacey Huston happened to look out her window and see a buck on a nearby rise. She immediately flew into action, and the result? See for yourself and learn about her philosophy on keeping your camera close to home. Also, you may learn a low light tip or two.
I am a mother … and one of the things we do as moms is to try to teach our children not to lie. It is just a known fact that lying is not acceptable. But what about exaggerating? Don’t get me wrong, I was raised an outdoors woman and I understand the romance of […]
Outdoor photographer Stacey Huston wasn’t sure she would be able to capture the essence of a primitive archery hunt for the taping of Journey with Red Hawk. She surprised herself as she relaxed into the surroundings, realizing that set-up shots can still work outside. Read about her experience at this week’s Shoot to Thrill.
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