Perspective is defined as “the apparent distance, size and depth of objects within a two-dimensional image, it’s the relationship of the of the background to the foreground of the image.”
The Florida Master Naturalist Program
The FMNP provides those who educate others about Florida’s distinct ecosystems and wildlife with the knowledge they need to share their knowledge with others.
Join Us at the Florida Birding & Nature Festival!
Four days of field and boat trips, expert seminars, keynote speakers, and a great free nature expo!
Photographing Black Skimmers in Florida
Black Skimmers can be found year-round on the Florida coast. You can often find them hanging out with large groups of gulls and terns on beaches.
5 Reasons You Need to Visit Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge – An Unusual Wildlife Sanctuary
If you are looking for a wildlife sanctuary that’s not very well-known, Pelican Island is the place for you.
Aperture in Photography: The Ultimate Guide to Aperture Settings
When it comes to photography, aperture is one of the most important settings you can use to take your images from good to great.
Purple Gallinule – A Closer Look
The Purple Gallinule is an uncommon bird found in freshwater marshes in Florida. In our area of Florida, Purple Gallinules can be found year-round.
The Power of Light
The three variables that matter the most in photography are simple: light, subject, and composition.
Sunny with a Chance of Birds
A visit to the Sebastian Inlet to photograph Northern Gannets!