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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 23

Week 23 Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds Professional wildlife photographers Doug Gardner and Ben Clewis share tips and techniques for photographing hummingbirds in your backyard. The episodes we share will only be available […]

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Photo of the Week: Meteor Shower!

Photo of the Week May 23rd, 2014 This edition of Photo of the Week is more special than usual. We’re excited to share an absolutely amazing image from Thomas O’Brien, […]

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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 21

Week 21 Photographing the Eastern Wild Turkey Doug Gardner shares tips and techniques for finding and photographing this magnificent bird, the Eastern Wild Turkey. The episodes we share will only […]

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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 13

Week 13 Waterfalls Part 1 Doug Gardner takes us to the southern Appalachian region for a meeting of the Carolina Nature Photography Association, including a conversation with CNPA President Doug […]

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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 10

Week 10 Wildlife of the Lowcountry, SC Professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner meets up with Eric Horan to photograph Brown Pelicans, wading birds and marsh monkeys. The episodes we share […]

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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 8

Week 8 Photographing wildlife of the Gulf Coast, Florida – Part 2 Professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner visits Tampa Bay, Fort DeSoto and Cape Coral with Jason Hahn to photograph […]

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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 7

Week 7 Photographing wildlife of the Gulf Coast, Florida – Part 1 Professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner visits Tampa Bay, Fort DeSoto and Cape Coral with Jason Hahn to photograph […]

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Wild Photo Adventures™ Week 5

Wild Tundra Swans, Snow Geese and a variety of ducks migrate south and winter here by the hundreds of thousands. Join us for some great action photography. The episodes we […]

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Tip: “Re-positionable” T-Lever Knobs

In order to get adequate torque on the smaller diameter ball sizes we needed to design a locking mechanism that provides enough leverage to securely lock your mid-sized camera equipment […]