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 […]
During a marathon photography trips a few years ago I joined a couple of my photography buddies in photographing Arches National Park, Utah, Upper Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona, Monument Valley, Utah and more. The culmination of that trip was when we met several other photographer friends in Ouray, Colorado to photograph Alpine wildflowers. This […]
It has been a great season for Eastern screech owls this year here in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Most screech owls will sit in the sun with their eyes open in little slits, just so they can still watch you! It takes patience for an open-eyes’ shot.
We have come to expect that outdoor photographer Glenn Wheeler goes for the shot, wherever he is — whether rappelling down a cliff side or standing on a boat or even, and we’ve seen these photos, down in the bowels of caves. In this Shoot to Thrill, Glenn, aka Jonathan Livingston Wheeler, describes how he got this exceptional photo of a gull skimming the water in Florida.