Discover wildlife photography tips that you can use while in the duck blind or the tree stand.

 
 

 
Arkansas Outdoors Online

Nightscape Outdoor Photography Tips

I’ve been very fortunate the last few years to have the opportunity to spend several days hiking through the woods with some of the best nature photographers in the state. I know that sounds like fun, and it is, I must admit....
by Ben Adams
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Outdoor Photography: Shooting the Moon

As hunters, we all know how important it is to get to the woods “on-time.” For most of us, that means being in your treestand before daylight. Arriving in the woods late could, and in some cases probably already has...
by Ben Adams
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Photography Tips: Photo Composition

Whether downing your limit of ducks, or finally catching up to that big buck you’ve been after for months, some of the proudest moments for hunters are often captured on film posing with their harvest. Taking these stationary...
by Ben Adams
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Waterfowl Photo Contest

For many duck hunters these days, carrying a camera into the field is second nature. After all, the only thing better than coming home with a limit of ducks is having a camera full of great photos that enable you to relive hunt...
by Ben Adams
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Wildlife Photography Tip: Rule of Thirds

Last week I wrote about ISO, aperture and shutter speed. That’s a lot to take in for one lesson. This week we’ll be going over the rule of thirds. Most cameras today have a grid setting that puts two vertical and tw...
by Ben Adams
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