Lee’s Outdoor Photography Blog
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As photography continues to grow in popularity and practice, more and more beginners are finding themselves spending lots of money on equipment and traveling to places to photograph. Unfortunately, all too often, a lack of exposure theory and understanding prevent them for making the most of their equipment and time. I have read many books […]
As the 2014 Texas Ornithological Society (TOS) spring meeting approaches, I wanted to share with those that will be going that my presentation on Thursday night (April 24th) will be “Bird Photography for Birders.” Photography has a lot of technical aspects to it that can be confusing or challenging for a birder and, when we […]
I have had some requests to do wedding photography of late and I figured I would do some exploration, learning, buy some equipment and try to find a workshop. Precision Camera University offered a one-day wedding workshop and the instructor was Dustin Meyer. Our location was the fabulous Chateau Bellevue and the setting couldn’t have […]
During the last ten (10) days, I was busy co-leading a birding tour of the Lower Rio Grande Valley with a total of 58 participants!! The tour was an Adventure Caravan Birding Tour and they were having a reunion of folks who had gone on previous tours such as Central America, Newfoundland, and Alaska to […]
As of late, I have been researching and learning as much as I can about night sky photography. There is something awe-inspiring about viewing amazing images taken at night where countless stars are visible along with amazing features of the landscape. This area of photography has seen a marked increase in the number of folks […]
For my birthday on Wednesday, I decided to go photograph at Hornsby Bend in Austin since I hadn’t had the opportunity to photograph many dragonflies lately. While species diversity were down and the cooler temperatures got things off to a later start, I still found a few nice subjects. The melanistic Red-Eared Sliders are my […]