In photography these bonuses come in many form's. Be it meeting new friends, or introducing current friends to the fun of photography, like I talked about in last weeks post. But also the learn from those very same friends, such as capturing pic's of dew on webs on old wood, Taking pictures at a concert of another friend. Or the unexpected catches of other subjects at a venue like the Zoo I visit often, like the Green Heron above. Or the Blue Heron below just stopping at a local park on the way home. These are the things that I relish, and keeps me growing. So keep your eyes, ears, etc open and enjoy!
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Hi all, this weeks title, besides being a slight quote from Yoda when teaching Luke Skywalker is also dealing with a point I'd like to make. For some of us due to location, time, subject, etc. Photography can be a solitary endeavor. That's why as much as possible I find it so fun to share the experience with another. I know well know Wildlife photographer often mentions his wife, stating that the extra set of eye's give you a fresh perspective. I whole heartily agree. So next time you get a chance take a friend, you'll be surprised at how fun and rewarding it can be!
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When planning a trip to an Airshow, which possibly a trip lifetime (As some of these planes may not be their next time, let alone tomorrow). Have a plan, on what you need to bring, some of these thought's I'm sharing our must haves, others gleaned by experience at the shows, these of course be adapted to your plan of action.
Okay, to start, first thing you need a bunch of, geared to your camera of course, is storage cards. In the pic showing compact flash cards, in one afternoon I went through all of those cards but one, so be prepared, the last thing you need is that awesome shot looking you right in the face and you have no storage!
Second biggest thing, Water! Why would I even mention this. Well I can tell you, there is no shade (except under the wings of planes, or some of the exhibition building's and with the sun, standing on a tarmac, you are going to dehydrate quickly, I was easily drinking 6-8 bottles of water with maybe a gatorade thrown in for good measure.
Camera and lens choices, this is subjective. And based on Camera's I'm using. But remember most of the main camera Platforms have there same options as well.
-Camera Bodies: My main choice, mainly due to its large buffer, the Nikon D4, second Body, the D750
-Lens: I took a Tamron F5.6 150-600mm Zoom, Nikon F4 80-400mm zoom, and a Nikon F3.5 35-85mm zoom. I had taken other glass along, but these where the choice after the first day that where always in my bag or on the cameras.
-Other equipment, such as camera bags, I used an urban disguise 60 by Think Tank. Again remember your going to be carting this stuff around all day, know yourself not to overdo it. After all you want to have fun!
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I'm a photographer who loves animal photography. Trying to capture that perfect moment is a passion of mine.