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James Batt: on bird photography and Mayakoba’s “Wildlife Photo Master Class Weekends”

One, two, three Snowy Egrets (Egretta thula) are within reach of my 300mm lens. Their white feathers reflect so much of the tropical sunlight that, even working in RAW format, it’s easy to over-expose and burn the highlights. I train … Continue reading

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