What Gear is in Deb’s Pack

I’m often asked what gear I use.  Here’s what currently in my pack: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV dslr body (2) Canon EOS 7D Mark II dslr bodies Canon EF 400mm f/4 DO IS USM Canon EF 70-2oomm f/2.8L IS USM Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Canon Extender EF 1.4x […]

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Morning Glory with Morning Dew - (Tennessee)

“Macro” (close-up) Photography: Getting Up Close and Personal

One of the pleasures of having a compact digital camera  is being able to shoot lovely macro images without having to purchase additional lenses or accessories. If you haven’t experimented with this feature on your compact digital camera, do so. You’ll absolutely love it. It enables you to get very close to your subject and […]

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Organize and Archive: Getting a Handle On All Your Images

Organizing and archiving digital photos can be a bit tricky. But, it really doesn’t have to be. I travel a lot for the specific purpose of taking photos. When I get back home, I’ve got lots of images to transfer and organize. – Deb I use my photo organizing software (also known as digital asset […]

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Strutting Bull Elk - (Great Smoky Mountains NP)

Wildlife Photography: Part 2 … Tips to Get You Started

Exploring wilderness areas and viewing wildlife in all its varied forms is a thrilling experience. You have the opportunity to witness the intricacies of our natural environment and the interplay of species and habitats. What a delight! To capture any of it photographically is a special treat. No need to ask why I do it; […]

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Moose Cow Feeding in a Pond (view 2) - (Yellowstone NP)

Wildlife Photography Part 1 – Code of Ethics

Whether you’re out hiking in the backcountry or sightseeing from your car, having a chance encounter with wildlife is a magnificent and treasured moment. Watching little elk calves speed running zigzag among the herd or glimpsing a bear munching on glacier lilies are sights that captivate and inspire us all. – Deb For many however, […]

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