Top Posts of 2012

Photo by Steve Berardi

Photo by Steve Berardi

With 2012 coming to a close soon, I thought it’d be good to look back at the top posts of the year:

  1. Free eBook on Wildflower Photography
  2. Three Ways To Recover Photos From a Corrupt Memory Card
  3. How to Win the Battle of Close-Up Photography
  4. Five Things Every Landscape Photographer Should Carry At All Times
  5. How To Reduce Noise In Your Close-Up Photos
  6. A Fun Way To Improve Your Wildflower Photography
  7. The Perfect Backpack For a Hiking Photographer
  8. Three Reasons to Avoid Relying on the Crop Tool
  9. Eight Tips For Photographing Silhouettes
  10. How to Switch Lenses On Your Camera

I hope you enjoyed all the articles at PhotoNaturalist this year! And, cheers to a very wonderful 2013 :)

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steveb2About the Author: Steve Berardi is a naturalist, photographer, software engineer, and founder of PhotoNaturalist. You can usually find him hiking in the beautiful mountains and deserts of southern California.

Comments

  1. You have lots of helpful information on your blog! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Hi Steve, I just checked my Photonaturalist file and it contained 170+ posts back to March 2009.
    Simply said, “Keep up the Great work you provide all of us.
    I have found a new quote to improve our thought process after reading your posts:
    “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand”.
    Thalnks, and Happy Holidays, looking forward to next year in the outdoors.
    William

  3. Pat – Thanks!!

    William – Thanks so much for staying with us since we launched in 2009 :) I’m glad you’ve enjoyed my posts over the years, and hope you have a wonderful holiday season too!

  4. Hi Steve!
    Thanks for free ebook of your father how to phtograph dragonfly!
    Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

  5. Ken Cheeks says:

    Just read your Dad’s ebook on Dragonfly photography. Very nice, indeed.

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