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 Who started the idea of nature photography?

Answer Some of the first photographers were nature photographers, of necessity. Early cameras used very slow shutter speeds, and were not suitable for making photos of moving objects, so the users tended ... Read More »
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The History of Nature Photography?

The term "nature photography" applies to a wide range of photography. Included in the classification are wildlife, landscape and macro. The history of nature photography is as old as photography i... Read More »
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What is nature photography?

Nature photography is photography of waterfalls, creeks, forests, trees, flowers, wildlife, mountains and other beautiful wonders of God's creations.
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Who started the Nature Conservancy?

After a visit to the Indiana Dunes near Lake Michigan in 1913, Henry Cowles and a group of scientists formed the Ecological Society of America. Disagreement over the group's goals led to formation ... Read More »
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How to Prepare for Nature Photography Closeups?

This article is assuming that you are wanting to take shots of insects and plant life, 'au natural'...(i.e. just as you found them). There are a few things that you can do to prepare.
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