Bryan's Posts About Photography and Optics
Digital Cameras for Nature Photography
Freshened up and revised for 2020, here’s my overview and advice for birders, biologists, field naturalists or anyone else who might want better images from nature.
A Drop of Springtime
Flowers, forest and sky in a single droplet.
The Death of a Hummingbird
In the struggle for existence, here’s a loser. Or so it would seem. I found this Costa’s Hummingbird on Saturday, already gone, in the riparian zone along the Colorado River in Yuma, Arizona.
A Rainforest Adventure
A gallery from the rainforest of Costa Rica, where I’m just back from 10 days of chasing nature.
My Digital Photography Workshops Return this Spring
These workshops are designed especially for folks with ordinary point-and-shoot cameras.
The Art of Nature, the Nature of Art … and Sharks
Join me this Friday, February 2, from 5-6PM, at North Branch Nature Center (NBNC) for a gallery showing and reception during ArtWalk, Montpelier’s adventure in visual creativity. Oh, and there will be sharks.
2018 Review: Point-and-Shoot Cameras for Wildlife
My 2018 digital camera review for wildlife watchers, including lots of sample photos.
Birds and Celebrations
A Baltimore Oriole in Duxbury and fine photography (and other celebrations) in Cabot.
A Snowy Owl struck some nice poses for me in Randolph, Vermont, on Monday.
Dusk to Daytime High in Vermont
The glow and the light here in three panoramic images from the mountains of Vermont.
The Moths of Montpelier
Got wildlife? Find the light. Here is but a fraction of the moths coming to my UV light here in Montpelier the past few nights.
My Digital Photography Seminar Returns in April
Give me four hours and I’ll give you the secrets to your digital camera and the skills to take vivid photos. My only two photo workshops of the spring will be in Lebanon, NH, and Huntington, VT.