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Wild World: Charles Glatzer on How to Stay 10 Steps Ahead as a Wildlife Photographer

Shutterbug Magazine
“I had this vision in mind, kind of emulating Japanese paintings. I was flat on my belly with the 24-70mm lens. I had the composition, and the exposure locked. I was just hoping one of the birds would flap its wings.” – Charles Glatzer (Read more in our interview.)

Wild World: Charles Glatzer on How to Stay 10 Steps Ahead as a Wildlife Photographer

Right off, Charles Glatzer tells me that when wildlife is the subject, there are two kinds of photographers: those who photograph wildlife and those who are wildlife photographers.

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18 thoughts on Wild World: Charles Glatzer on How to Stay 10 Steps Ahead as a Wildlife Photographer

  1. Having attended multiple workshops with Chas, I would highly recommend it for anyone serious about taking their photographic skills to the next level. Have learned more from him than anyone I have ever worked wth. Workshops are more than worth the price of admission!

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