Nature Photography Techniques & Tips
by Mike MacDonald
(All text and photographs are copyrighted)
Feel free to read and learn about the art and techniques of nature and wildlife
photography. Simply click on a photo below to read a particular article.
Nationally published writer and nature photographer Mike MacDonald
simplifies and resolves some of the most elusive topics in photography. From the
technical to the creative, Mike addresses such questions as: Why don't my
pictures look as beautiful as it was when I was there? How come my snow scenes look
gray? How can I make landscape pictures like the ones that I see in calendars and
If you'd like to further expand your photographic skill or to enhance or discover your "eye," consider
Mike's nature and landscape photography workshops and
private nature photography lessons.
Discover the magical world of ice.
|"The Final Word on Snow Exposure"
From gentle flurries that fall from the sky to endless fields of white,
snow is the essence of winter's magic.
|"Photographing Wildlife Near Your Home"
Using a blind to experience nature can be wonderful
for your photography and for your soul.
|"A Sense of Depth"
Create images that pop off the page.
|"Capturing the Moment"
Have you ever taken a picture that didn't represent your experience?
This article provides a solution.
|"Photographing the Experience"
Create images that go beyond the visual
and into the realm of your experiences.
|"My Experiences in the Wilds of... Chicago?"
Miracles of nature abound, around this toddlin' town.
6200 Belmont Road
Downers Grove, Illinois 60516
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