good photos from the zoo – part two

Creating Good Animal Photos from a Captive Environment – Part Two Last zoo post I was sharing some ideas on learning wildlife photography skills while photographing captive animals. See Part One here I followed this Great White Egret until the … Continue reading

bosque del apache part 2

Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge Snow Geese Part Two With twenty-thousand plus snow geese winging their way around the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge it was a fantastic couple of days of sights and sounds. Sometimes it was … Continue reading

bosque del apache national wildlife refuge

Festival of the Cranes Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge White Snow Geese must have gotten the invitation too. I was in Socorro, New Mexico at the Festival of the Cranes hanging with the massive flocks of birds and a … Continue reading

bombay hook national wildlife refuge

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge – Smyrna, Delaware I’ve been a bit remiss in posting. Travel for speaking. Travel for family visit. And catching up upon return fronfrom the travel makes Bob a bad boy. But, I’m back and with … Continue reading

long lens photography

Long Lens Photography – 100-400mm I enjoy my long lens for outdoor photography. It’s a beautiful piece of equipment for isolating subjects against a background with nice bokeh. The longer the lens, the easier it is to have an out-of-focus … Continue reading

coffee shoot java presse

Java Presse – Coffee Shoot The Genesis of a Commercial Shoot Not quite ‘nectar of the gods’ but I’ve found some serious joy in my morning coffee. It was a gradual process to see the pleasure I now have in … Continue reading

musician photography

Studio Photography of a Harp Musician I enjoy working with creative people. It’s a blast. Creative folks tend to bring an extra little something to the photo session. I was working with Sedona musician Peter Sterling the other day. He … Continue reading