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January 18, 2020

My Canon 90D camera with its 1.6x crop factor due to the small sensor size nicely caught this vermillion flycatcher with a Canon 100-400mm lens set to 400mm hand-held.  Since I seldom shoot hand-held, I favored a higher shutter speed of 1/500 second and set the image stabilization to Mode 1 so all directions were...

November 17, 2019

By John Gerlach

www.gerlachnaturephoto.com

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Update:  I continue to AF microadjust all of my Canon cameras with the Canon lenses I use on them for autofocusing.  What do I mean by that?  Many of my...

September 28, 2019

 This baby zebra is a genetic mix-up that made it turn out spotted, and dark, rather than white with black stripes.  My Canon 600mm worked perfectly for this rare chance to photograph a unique animal.

I know of no other place in the world that offers the abundance and variety of both bird and mammal photography as...

June 28, 2019

Wildlife photography presents many challenges.  How do you approach wildlife closely, make pleasing compositions, determine the ideal exposure, and make sharp images?  In this article, let’s cover the techniques for making super-sharp wildlife images.  While there is a lot to it, once you adopt quality shooting te...