Camera size and Ergonomics

Camera size and Ergonomics

There is a lot of talk about camera size these days. Photographers have myriad choices for mirrorless cameras, “enthusiast” compact cameras and even tiny DSLR’s. I don’t think there is anything wrong with cameras getting smaller, to a point. I...
The Perfect Infrared Camera

The Perfect Infrared Camera

I’ve had four digital cameras converted to infrared over the last eight or ten years. This process replaces the filter in front of the image sensor so that the camera is sensitive to visible infrared light instead of plain old visible light. The resulting photos...
Saving Hearts in Costa Rica

Saving Hearts in Costa Rica

It’s not everyday that I get to affect someone’s life for the better, but Rick Gerrity and I had an opportunity recently to do just that. My friends at the Leaves & Lizards Retreat in Costa Rica introduced me to Maria Fejervary a few months ago, and everything...
Making good wildlife photos in bad light

Making good wildlife photos in bad light

I was disappointed to see cloudy skies during my first visit to San Diego, California. I was there for the NANPA Nature Summit, but I had carved out some time to do some digiscoping with my buddy Clay Taylor from Swarovski Optik. We set out early on Saturday morning...