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Six Tips for Photographing Bald Eagles
March 27, 2018
— They're big, they're back, and the camera loves them.
Flirting Ducks Make for Fun Photos
January 11, 2018
— Want to get an entertaining shot? Try capturing these courtship displays.
Five Hotspots for Photographing Bald Eagles
January 5, 2018
— The pros tell us about their favorite places to shoot Baldies.
The Dos and Don’ts of Editing Bird Photos
November 27, 2017
— End up with the best image possible—without compromising its integrity.
Four Quick Tips for Photographing Flocks of Ducks
November 3, 2017
— Rafting ducks provide a great opportunity to capture compelling images and group dynamics. Here's how to seize the moment.
How to Take Sharp and Vibrant Photographs of Ducks in Flight
October 27, 2017
— Capturing in-flight images of speeding ducks is challenging and rewarding. Follow these tips to land those shots.
How to Take the Best Duck Photos
October 20, 2017
— Some simple tips for capturing compelling images of these special birds.
How to Shoot (Good) Bird Videos with Your Camera
August 17, 2017
— Do you want to capture a bird's every dip and call? Learn to break in the video mode on your digital camera.
Seven of the Best Spots for Photographing Migrant Shorebirds in the U.S.
July 20, 2017
— As Arctic-breeding birds begin making their way south in late summer, some stopover sites provide better photo opportunities than others.
How to Read the Tides for Shorebird Photography
July 12, 2017
— Understanding how birds behave at different tidal times is key to capturing a truly great image—or even seeing them at all.
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