Photographers were capturing the beauty of nature and wildlife long before the advent of digital cameras. Sure, we don’t NEED all of the modern bells and whistles to create beautiful images, but there are a few tools that have hit the market in the past few years that make our jobs a whole lot easier!
Join Olympus Educator Rob Knight to explore how features and functions of today’s cameras can help you capture your vision more efficiently than ever. Cameras have much more to offer the nature photographer than just higher frame rates. These days you can capture the shot BEFORE the shot, create detailed high-resolution images, capture unique long exposures, and much more right inside the camera.
Find out how you can make the most of whatever system you’re using. Put the adage, “Work smarter, not harder” to use in your photography!
Kevin Loughlin was raised to appreciate nature while exploring the woodlands of Pennsylvania as a child. At age six, during a family trip through the American West, Kevin became fascinated with photography as well seeing the new and different birds throughout North America. Instilled with a love for travel and seeking new, exciting destinations he felt a desire to share his experiences with others and in 1993 he created Wildside.
Kevin’s photographs and articles have appeared in publications such as Audubon, Nature Photographer, WildBird, Birding and Philadelphia Magazines, as well as the many natural history books, most recently “Peterson’s Reference Guide to Owls of North American and the Caribbean” by Scott Weidensaul. Kevin’s current projects include co-authoring a complete revision of John Kricher's popular book “Galapagos: A Natural History.”