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March 2015

Backlighting

One of the most effective ways of adding atmosphere to your wildlife images is to shoot 'into' the light. Backlighting your subject will infuse your images with an extra sense of beauty and drama.

Photographing a Solar Eclipse

Of all the natural phenomena, a solar eclipse has to be one of the most awe-inspiring, with the sun disappearing and the world being plunged into darkness for a minute or two when it should be brightly lit.

February 2015

Birds of Prey February 2015

Tatra Photography would like to share with you a couple of pictures from the workshop this February. We had very good weather, no snowfall but lots of snow. Birds and owls were cooperating as well. Some were a bit suspicious of snow, the others loved it!

Pictures from Hortobagy – January 2015

Tatra Photography would like to share with you a couple of moments that our group witnessed during the January workshop. We witnessed 27 white tailed sea eagles together one morning.

December 2014

Dubrovnik flashbacks – November 2014

Tatra Photography would like to share with you a couple of pictures that our group witnessed during the 2014 workshop.

November 2014

Birds of Prey workshop – October 2014

This October our  Birds of Prey workshops had lots of autumn colour. Here are some pictures that we took with the groups. Also the Great Grey Owl had its successful premiere.

September 2014

The City of Spires Prague – September 2014

Tatra Photography would like to share with you a couple of pictures from this year's workshop.

June 2014

Masai Mara Diary 2014

Tatra Photography would like to share with you a couple of moments that our group has witnessed during the 2014 workshop.

May 2014

Updates from our camera traps 2 – Wild Bears Slovakia

Another selection of species wandering around our locations caught on camera traps. The wolf roamed around twice in a week.

April 2014

Updates from our camera traps – Wild Bears Slovakia

We have been monitoring the area with camera traps over a 12 month period and during this time we have accumulated a massive amount of images.

December 2013

Go vertical!

The design of a D-SLR type camera makes it most comfortable to hold horizontally, with the long edge of the frame parallel to the horizon.

Don’t Fill The Frame

Contrary to much, if not all, of the advice you have heard or read, when it comes to composing pictures of wildlife you do not always need to fill the frame.

Going Eye-to-Eye

Positioning the camera at the subject’s eye level, or even slightly below it, is one of the simplest and most effective ways to increase the impact of your wildlife pictures.

September 2013

How to photograph the Aurora Borealis – Northern Lights

Generally the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights won’t appear, or be at their best until late in the evening. This means setting up your gear and shooting in pitch darkness !