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.
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.
Gretchen Steele gives excruciating detail into how she organizes her outdoor photography so that she can fulfill an editor’s dreams when called upon to supply photo support for an article. You’ll wish you had her in your home office, but her explanations are easy to follow and make sense.
This season, instead of pictures with the buck in the bed of a pickup, hanging from a tree, lying on the floor of the shop, take the time to capture a photographic memory of that hunt that will be a wall hanger right along with your trophy! For those of you wanting to improve the […]
Wingshooting upland game birds is an especially challenging sport that is done with shotguns and fine shot. Wingshooting with a camera is somewhat similar and perhaps even more challenging. Flying bird photography also is especially rewarding because photos of birds in flight are so much more interesting than images of perched birds. Similar to shotgunning, […]
The WON welcomes Gretchen Steele to its lineup of outstanding outdoor photographers who contribute photo tips weekly to the site. Gretchen, a photographer in southern Illinois (land of big bucks and fast dogs), recommends ways to improve your photography in the field, and especially, when your topic is working dogs. Also, you’ll like the other tips she gives — how to dress for field photography, camouflage your camera lens, etc. Read here for more!
We outdoors lovers might hate the term anthropomorphism, but outdoor photographer encourages us to look for some human qualities in the wildlife we photograph in order to stir our (and our viewers’) imaginations. Don’t forget to take a look at the beautiful examples he provides as photo support.
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.
A lot of outdoor photographers anxiously await the chance to capture the stunning reds, golds and oranges of autumn. Nothing stirs the mind’s palette like the blazing hues of the fall. Nothing but the stark contrast of winter. Where the burnt brilliance of autumn feeds the mind’s desire to become one with nature, the whites, […]
What catches your eye first here? The beautiful woman? The beautiful buck? The great green hoodie with the stylin’ logo? Or, all three combined in this shot of outdoor photographer extraordinaire Stacey Huston with her spike mule deer, taken at 5 yards with a cedar arrow? You’ll like this sweatshirt because it works hard and […]
With an eye for detail, Shoot to Thrill contributor and outdoor photographer Kathryn Nazzaro describes a recent trip to the bird-watching woods where she found two finches munching on pine cones. Read about how she captured their feeding habits on camera.