Bird Photography is Fun!
Bird photography is fun! I have been having a lot of fun photographing birds around my property in the Ozark mountains and in the Smokies too. I was recently in the Great Smoky Mountains exploring the area for wildlife and winter landscapes. That was a very challenging environment to get close enough to create the types of images I wanted, but I continue to build on that experience and try again.
A lot of people that I talk to about photographing wildlife with film think I have lost my mind... :) My response usually goes something like this: "well, prior to about 15 years ago, how do you think every single photographer created the iconic wildlife photos that we continue to enjoy today?". If they can do it, so can I.
I have been practicing my technique and stealth methods with my digital camera for the purpose of ultimately using my Nikon F5 and F100 cameras to expose some black and white and color negative films. I want to get everything dialed in before exposing the film. It is going to be an awesome feeling standing in front of my enlarger making a fine art print one some birds. You can view my photos from my current adventures in the bird gallery.
I will keep you posted on my progress. Scroll down and leave me a comment about your film-based wildlife photography experiences and adventures.
The Darkroom Underground is your analog photography magazine produced on a quarterly basis serving photographers, artists, collectors, and readers around the world. The Darkroom Underground publishes a balance of technical and creative articles in every issue along with featured photographers and their portfolios. We are pleased to offer editorial from internationally recognized photographers and writers and also publish articles and portfolios from our readers.
No comments posted.
Get my Free Darkroom Newsletter every Saturday morning at 9 AM CT
Subscribe to The Darkroom Underground, your analog photography periodical produced on a quarterly basis serving photographers and readers worldwide
Top Trending Article: The Single Best Question A Photographer Can Ask
Media & News Updates
Support This Blog
Recent PostsScouting Trip Update For Eden Falls in the Arkansas Ozark's - Part 2 Scouting Fall Color at Eden Falls in the Arkansas Ozark's - Part 1 Darkroom Digest: Stop Baths - Water vs. Acid Darkroom Digest: Understanding Silver Halides for Darkroom Photographers The Value of Continuing to Create - A Photographers Perspective Video - Unboxing My New Chamonix 5x7 Large Format View Camera Applying The 80/20 Principle In Your Photography Laying Out Mounting & Mat Options For My New Large Format Platinum Panoramic Prints Hahnemühle Platinum Rag Paper Has Proven To Be an Outstanding Paper The Single Best Question A Photographer Can Ask