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Learning to slow down and starting to really see

Posted on 06. Sep, 2011 by .


But it wasn’t until this summer that I finally started to take a good look around what’s been hiding in plain site, just outside my office. You see, I got married last fall (finally! hurray!) and I’ve moved into the house that my was living in. It’s a fantastic little house built during the war in the 1940’s and one of its fantastic features is a very large back yard (at least by city standards). My wife is a fantastic gardener and in addition to a few vegetable crops we have tremendous wildflower and sunflower gardens.

This summer I managed to slow myself down a little more and now I’m seeing all these little critters who I previously…

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Learning wildlife photography – Seeing with both eyes

Posted on 02. Mar, 2009 by .


Learning wildlife photography – Seeing with both eyes – One of the great disappointments in wildlife photography comes about when we miss, or fail to anticipate some behaviour or action. And instead of ending up with a great behaviour image, we’re left with an image of half an animal or, worse yet, an empty frame. What can you do to help ready yourself for the action?

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