Amos Nachoum Wins Sienna International Photography Contest

Amos Nachoum Wins Sienna International Photography Contest

Wildlife and underwater photographer, Amos Nachoun is winner of the a 2018 Sienna International Photography Contest. Photographers from 156 countries competed with over 48,000 images. Amos took the coveted first prize in the wildlife category for his astounding image of a leopard seal and gentoo penguin. Photographed in the freezing waters of Antarctica, the image is entitled: Facing Reality.

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How To Get Great Wildlife Photographs in the Forest

How To Get Great Wildlife Photographs in the Forest

How to get great photographs of wildlife when the subjects are in the forest, hidden by lush foliage and bathed in diffused light? Nature photographer Robert Wallace shares his secrets for getting shots of black bear, Manitoban elk, and more in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park spanning North Carolina and Tennessee. Good tips for staying safe in black bear country too.

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Bump Up Your Exposure! What to Do When the Bird is a Bear

Bump Up Your Exposure! What to Do When the Bird is a Bear

A peaceful day of photographing the last of the migrating warblers in late spring gets unexpectedly exciting for wildlife photographer Joe Gliozzo and his friend in Stirling Forest, New York. Joe tells us how to set the exposure when a black bear suddenly fills his lens.

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How To Get Spectacular Bald Eagle Photographs at Conowingo Dam

How To Get Spectacular Bald Eagle Photographs at Conowingo Dam

Getting spectacular, or even good, photographs of bald eagles fishing can be tricky. Wildlife photographer Joe Gliozzo takes us to Maryland's Conowingo Dam and explains how to find the best spot for the eagle action plus 7 Tips on how to photograph wild bald eagles 

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The Awesome Adventures of Anette Mossbacher, Wildlife Photographer

The Awesome Adventures of Anette Mossbacher, Wildlife Photographer

Wildlife photographer Anette Mossbacher's images of lion, rhino, oryx, and other animals feel like personal introductions - but what is behind the scene? Crazy tourists, angry elephants, and leopards ready to leap, not to mention keeping balance in rough, Arctic waters, are all in a day's work. Oh, and then there are the technical secrets. 

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Wildlife Photographers Kate & Adam Rice: Catching the Animal's Spirit

Wildlife Photographers Kate & Adam Rice: Catching the Animal's Spirit

Wildlife photographers Kate and Adam Rice, KAR Photography, specialize in the mammals and birds of the American West. They capture the animal's spirit in their images. In this interview they talk with us about their best teachers (owls), their passion (grizzly bears), their creative process, wildlife photography technical secrets, and their love of Yellowstone National Park.

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