Lee’s Outdoor Photography Blog

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Partnering with Abbott Nature Photography

Well, I have some very exciting news on the photography front. I just happen to be one of those people who prefer to work on a team so that the strengths of each individual may be pooled and produce excellent results. Over the past year, I was wrestling with what exactly my photography business would […]

Gear Review – Gloves (Perfect for Summer/Mild Winter Weather & CAMO to boot!)

A few months back, while browsing through Cabela’s, I came across a pair of gloves that I knew would be right up my alley. Having a skin tone that is already having to have pre-skin cancer spots frozen off, I have become much better about protecting my skin. See, I have two shades of skin […]

Reading Light Direction for Bird Photography

Which Lighting is Best? When it comes to photographing birds, or any subject for that matter, learning to read light is THE most important thing the photographer can do. The word photography means “drawing with light.” You can have all the technical expertise in the world regarding exposure theory and your equipment, but if you […]

LR5 for Bird Photographers (Free Download)

If you are like me, you are constantly on the lookout for specific information regarding your photography passion.  Whether you enjoy landscape, night sky, bird, or macro photography, it is always helpful to find a resource that goes beyond the basics of ISO, shutter speed, and aperture.  In preparation for a Lightroom 5 (LR5) for […]

Portable Power When You Are “Off the Grid”

Knowing that I will be spending a lot of time in places where I won’t be to charge my laptop, camera batteries and the like easily, I went searching for a portable power source that could charge these and also run some lights and/or a fan when needed. My first “off the gird” trip is […]