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Rick’s New iPad App: Life Lessons We Can Learn From Mother Nature

June 11, 2010

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Rick’s New iPad App: Life Lessons We Can Learn From Mother Nature

Life Lessons We Can Learn From Mother Nature is my first iPad app. It’s a combination of an inspirational and motivational work combined with a mini-course on wildlife and nature photography. To order and for more info, click here. To celebrate the app, Juan Pons (the developer) and I are giving away 5 redeem codes. […]

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Wildlife Photographer Will Burrard-Lucas Interview // Podcast

May 19, 2010

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[Editors Note: So many of you have asked for more podcasts than the 2 we normally release each month, so we are trying out a new podcast series, these will be short podcasts, between 20-30 minutes, and the content and format will vary. Take a listen and let us know what you think.] A few […]

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Wildlife Week: Pre-visualize

April 24, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Pre-visualize

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] You may have noticed that when referring to the process of photographing something I use the verb […]

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Wildlife Week: Respect Wildlife

April 23, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Respect Wildlife

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] No image, no matter how good, unique or special it may be, is worth stressing, endangering or […]

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Wildlife Week: Patience & Persistence

April 22, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Patience & Persistence

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] If you want to be successful at wildlife photography you need two things; patience and more patience. […]

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Wildlife Week: Habitat

April 21, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Habitat

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] You may have heard me say over and over again that in order to make the best […]

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Wildlife Week: Connect

April 20, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Connect

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] I don’t often hear many people talk about connecting with your subject when shooting wildlife, after all […]

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Wildlife Week: Capture THE Moment

April 19, 2010

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Wildlife Week: Capture THE Moment

[Editors Note: This week we are having a Wildlife Photography Tip every day here on DPE. Rick is also doing a tip a day on People photography over on his personal blog, make sure to check it out.] Nothing adds more interest to a wildlife photo than action. Whether it’s a fox pouncing on a […]

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Next Week, People & Wildlife tips

April 15, 2010

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Next Week, People & Wildlife tips

Next week Rick and I will be doing something special, every day starting on Sunday and running thru Saturday, Rick will post one tip every day on People Photography over on his personal blog, while I will post a Wildlife Photo tip here on DPE. I will be writing the tips as the week goes […]

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Sharp Shot Must-Know Info

March 4, 2010

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Sharp Shot Must-Know Info

Getting sharp images of moving subjects, of course, begins with getting a sharp in-camera shot. To accomplish that goal, we can: • Use good glass; • Set our cameras to the focus-tracking mode; • Shoot at f/8; • Not overexpose the scene (which can blow out highlights); • Shoot RAW files (so, among other things, […]

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