Olympus for wildlife photography

Choosing camera gear for wildlife photography is often a big decision because of the cost involved and also the possibility of getting locked into a particular platform. Olympus is unique in offering a very specific set of camera gear with pro-level features,...

Is 400mm long enough for wildlife photography?

Every wildlife photographer needs at least one long lens because most wildlife is often at a distance and often it is best to photograph them at a distance, even if it’s possible to get closer, because the subjects will be more comfortable. There’s also...

Making the most of color in wildlife photography

Nature offers up an incredible palette of colors. In this video, Adrian Cho talks about some of the fundamental ways to consider color when composing wildlife photography portraits. Although Adrian intended this as an introduction to the topic, he still manages to...

Have you tried black and white for your wildlife photography?

In this video, Adrian Cho makes a case for why you might want to try working with the black and white medium for your wildlife photography. He talks about seeing and thinking in black and white and rendering and editing in black and white, and how doing these things...