I spent most of last week in San Diego, leading my annual Southern California birding & wildlife workshop. It was my first real test of the new Nikon Z9 and Nikon 100-400mm S lens. The camera and lens combo performed flawlessly, tracking the fast-moving royal terns along the coast as they circled the rocky shore, looking for a landing spot.
100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 VR S Nikkor + Nikon Z teleconverter 1.4x
I’m pleased to offer online training Monday, February 8th. Mastering Lightroom for Bird Photographyis a comprehensive look at using Adobe Lightroom Classic for managing, keywording, and processing bird and wildlife photos.
When: Monday, Feb 8th, 2021 1-2:30pm US Mountain Time (check the time in your area here) All registered participants will receive a video replay link! Registration closes prior to the class start. You must be registered before the class starts in order to attend.
This week, Jason discusses his experience photographing birds and wildlife in San Diego with clients, and the Image Doctors share their thoughts on why DSLRs still have some advantages over mirrorless cameras.