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Small Bird Photography

Small bird photography can be a challenge, as they are very fast when they are in flight and feeding.  I learned how to photograph small birds from the inside of my home to increase the number of quality photographs. I … Continue reading

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Comparing Portrait and Landscape Orientation Views

Portrait and landscape are the two main orientation views used in photography.   The portrait has the vertical look with the longer sides being taller than the top and bottom of the photograph and is often used for a single portrait … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle near Montana Highway 200

This Bald Eagles in the tree had been with other large birds on the remains of a deer by the side of Montana Highway 200 near Heron (Montana).  The time this photograph was taken at 1:28 p.m. on March 8, … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Right Moment

Waiting for the right moment is a matter of patience and keeping your camera and lens ready at all times.  The photo here was created by watching and waiting for the Canadian Goose to take flight from the lake.  My … Continue reading

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New Photography on Redbubble Website

I have recently posted new photography on my Redbubble website: http://www.redbubble.com/people/douglaswilks The purchases here are going to be helping those who are battling Cancer.  I will donate 5o% of all purchases to the non-profit in Sanders County that helps those … Continue reading

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How I Learned Photography

I began with a Kodak Brownie camera when I was 13 years old.  My mom bought the camera for me and also purchased a subscription to Modern Photography magazine.  Three years later when I moved to Montana I joined the … Continue reading

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Autumn Raindrops and Fall Leaf Photograph

The photo was a challenging one to create, as an October rain storm had just stopped. I was hiking in a wildlife viewing area that is on MT Highway 200 west of Plains, Montana. There is no clear trail into … Continue reading

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