Posts by Tin Man Lee

Like a dream…

I started to take wildlife photography seriously in 2011. At the time, I knew nothing about bird and wildlife photography. I couldn’t nail the focus nor correct exposure most of the time. But I still remember my first time using a 500mm f/4 rental lens vividly. Summer, 2011. I got off work and drove an…

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How this one ingredient in birds-in-flight always wow people

Birds-in-flight is super fun and challenging. I always try to get non-sky background because it looks more pleasant this way. It always takes a lot of planning and skill to nail an in-flight photo of a bird which is eye-level to the camera, with decent light, no harsh shadow and with non-distracting background. But one…

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Queen’s Gambit

How Queen’s Gambit Taught Me Wildlife Photography Need more help? Watch my one-hour live training Nov 15, 2020 on how I took award-winning bird and wildlife photos! Register Now >>

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My barn owl story

Few days ago I posted a photo of barn owl that got 400 comments and over 10k likes in my FB Page. Many people shared their stories about the magic of nature and healing. So I created this video to talk more about that experience. Hope you enjoy. Here are some of the photos of…

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Federico_onelife

Just received Federico Veronesi’s new book “One Life” and I did a quick review. Here, Federico talked about what’s the vision about “One Life”. You can purchase his book here: https://books.federicoveronesi.com/ Hope you enjoy this post. If you want to learn more about how to take fast action bird and wildlife photos, check out my…

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