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Canon 6D Mark II setup for wildlife photography

INTRODUCTION Canon’s EOS 6D Mark II is a newly-released “entry-level” full frame camera that replaces the 6D.  The 6D range is Canon’s least-expensive full-frame series.  The original 6D had an excellent full-frame sensor and was known as a strong low light performer.  The new camera builds on that with a higher-resolution 26 megapixel sensor, further […]

Wildlife photography and the ‘art’ of being different

One of the most enjoyable things for me as a photographer that shoots mostly wildlife, is to try and see the scene in front of me in a different way, to try and produce an image that is might be considered ‘out of the ordinary’ especially with regard to an ‘artistic approach.’ What I have […]

Canon 80D, Setup for Wildlife Photography

INTRODUCTION Canon’s EOS 80D is the most recent release, in a very popular series of cameras that began with the EOS 10D.  It represents Canon’s latest model in the middle of their camera range. Historically this series of cameras has provided many of the features of more expensive Canon full-frame bodies, but with a smaller […]

The Wildest Drive

I have been asked before what my most memorable sighting might have been, but that is something difficult for me to choose.  I cannot pick one, from the many amazing natural events I have been fortunate to witness.  However, one particular game drive from Chitabe camp, in the Okavango Delta, springs instantly to mind as […]

Using the Canon 5DSR for photographing African wildlife

Canon 5DSR with EF 24-70L f4 IS. Canon released two new full frame cameras, the 5DS and 5DSR, in the last half of 2015.  Although their 50 megapixel sensors grabbed the headlines, I was equally interested in the numerous other updates and advances that were part of the feature set.  In particular, I was eager […]