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seems everyone has an opinion, and everyone has a web site, and the
merging of these has allowed all of us the unprecedented ability to
share information and opinions. Countless times, when I've been
stumped over a computer problem, or researching equipment purchases,
I've come across information posted by someone "out there"
which has been of tremendous assistance. This page, and those
linked to it, is my chance to share some of the things I've learned in
the hopes that the information will save you some headaches, or explain
something that has stumped you. Enjoy!
You Want To Be A Professional Wildlife Photographer?
Here's an article on selling
your photos to publishers. How are photos priced? What is a stock
agency? And why you should never contribute images to these
rip-off "royalty free stock photo" internet agencies!
Wildlife With A Camera -- The Woodland Ninja™ Way
Don't want to be one of those wildlife photographers standing on the
roadside in a throng of other photographers? Then learn to "hunt"
wildlife with a camera off the beaten track!
So You Want To Be A Professional Wildlife
Photographer? Part Two
addition to the above article. I've been getting lots of FB messages
and emails from those of you who obviously read Part One. Here's an
attempt to answer your questions!
How To Add A Watermark To Your
Ever wonder how people get a
watermark on their online images?
Here's and article on how to put
your signature or text on your photos.
Hunting For Good Photography Gear
Some of the best bags, clothing and other gear for nature
photography are made for hunters and sold through places like
Cabela's. Find out
HERE some of the items I think are essential!
The Beginner's Guide To Wildlife Photography
I didn't write this article, but it is a helpful one. The link was sent
to me by Ms. Shubert's class at a youth center in Toronto. Two students
of the class, Kathleen and Stephanie, found this article online and
thought my readers might find it useful, too. Thanks, girls!
You can read the article
To Write Photoshop Actions
One of the best features of
Photoshop is the ability to "record" the things you do to an image
so that you automatically apply the same steps to other images.
These recordings are called "Actions." Learn how to write Actions
Actions To Multiple Images – Photoshop’s Batch Command
Now that you've learned to write
how you can get Photoshop to apply them to a bunch of images at a
time, while you sip coffee or take a nap.
JPEG vs. RAW, and JPEG Myths:
I weigh in on the
debate of whether to shoot JPEG or RAW, and debunk some common myths
about JPEG. Click HERE.
(Or the tendency to scrutinize photos to death.)
Read It HERE.
You Be The Judge:
How much difference in image quality between a JPEG and RAW Image?
Can your eye see a difference? A RAW-JPEG comparison HERE.
Using Windows Explorer To Organize Your
Windows Explorer is the best way to see, organize and
move your image files. But Microsoft hid it beginning with Win98 Second
Edition. Here's how to use
Resolution, DPI and PPI:
The concepts of resolution, pixels, and the proper use
of DPI and PPI are confusing! Click
HERE for an article I wrote for Outdoors Unlimited that helps
explain these terms.
Comparing the Canon EF 300 f/2.8 MkI and
When Canon announced they were replacing their fabulous 300mm f/2.8 with
an updated model, I was highly skeptical. After all, the MkI version of
this lens was arguably the sharpest, and fastest focusing, super
telephoto on the market. I recently had the chance to compare these two
lenses, with the last generation tele-extenders, and the new MKIII
versions, and what I found was very surprising! You can read about my
Personalized Photography Lessons!
Would you like to master your
camera? Have you invested real money in camera gear, but still not
getting the results you'd like? Are you not happy with your photo
editing skills? Then I can help. I'm now offering one-on-one photography
Click HERE to learn more.
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