Outdoor photography class is in session and our professor, photographer extraordinaire Tim Flanigan, tells you to get a wet belly in the process. And also, about RAW images, MACROS lenses and tripods.
Prof. Flanigan is at the photo-tip podium again, folks, and this is one tip that you’ll think, “Duh, why didn’t I think of that?” But you probably didn’t. His topic? How to photograph whitetail bucks so that their antlers STAND OUT!
In honor of Veteran’s Day, outdoor photographer Tim Flanigan advises us how to use shadows and reflections to honor and dignify our photo subjects. He also reminds us of those who have sacrificed and lived their lives in the shadows, in order to preserve our nation’s way of life. Thanks, Tim.
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, […]
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.
We’re just going to call award-winning photographer Tim Flanigan our Dr. Foto Fix here at The WON. In this week’s “Shoot to Thrill,” Flanigan talks about “clickity vision,” which the photographer should have used before clicking the shutter shut on this photo. And, Dr. Foto Fix Flanigan has decided to hang out his shingle here at The WON and will be happy to look at your bad photo and give you some tips to correct your technique for next time. Send us the photo and we’ll send it on to the good doc.