This article discusses using slow shutter speeds with handheld focus stacking (HHFS), and shares some new macro snake images captured with shutter speeds from 1/20 to 1/4 of a second.
Yesterday I visited a special frog display at the Royal Botanical Gardens… which also happened to have a trio of water snakes in one of the exhibits. The event gave me the opportunity to get some practice time in doing handheld in-camera macro focus stacking. Continue reading Slow Shutter HHFS →
On Thursday my wife and I spent the afternoon at the Toronto Zoo. My main objective was to do a bit of hand-held video testing. I also wanted to do more work with the Olympus OM-D E-M1X hand-held Hi Res Mode. This article contains a small selection of hand-held Toronto Zoo Hi Res Reptile images.
Continue reading Toronto Zoo Hi Res Reptile Images →
Last month during my regular visits to the Hendrie Valley Sanctuary I had a number of opportunities to capture some images of northern water snakes. This article shares some of the considerations that come into play when photographing water snakes. Continue reading Photographing Northern Water Snakes →
During a recent trip to Hendrie Valley to do some bird photography I had the opportunity to capture some images of a snapping turtle basking on a log. Continue reading Snapping Turtle Basking →