Richard takes time to answer questions submitted during a recent Twitter AMA (Ask Me Anything) on the subjects of photography, travel, and much more.
While the world has screeched to a halt, it doesn’t mean that you have to stop doing the things you love. Try doing photography at home instead.
Creative Composition is a 74-page PDF E-book on photographic composition theory and practice by nature, wildlife and travel photographer Richard Bernabe.
Richard Bernabe takes you Behind The Lens to tell the story behind his photo Take Me Home as well as thoughts of country roads and getting away from it all.
Photographer Richard Bernabe captures the mountains, glaciers, wildlife and amazing light of Iceland, one of the many beautiful places on Our Amazing Planet
Backlight can produce some of the most dramatic and jaw-dropping photographs you will ever create but it comes with a with a set challenges to overcome.
8 proven tips for better coastal and seaside photography from acclaimed travel, wildlife, and nature photographer, Richard Bernabe.
Richard Bernabe takes you Behind The Lens to offer thoughts on Paulet the Penguin and an important tip for effective wildlife photography.
Richard Bernabe goes Behind The Lens to Yellowstone in Winter to revisit a classic image of two bison and the harsh conditions in the winter season.
Introducing the Canon EOS R5, the newest Canon Mirrorless Digital Camera with a rumored 45 megapixels, IBIS, and 20 frames per second – a powerhouse!
Favorite images of 2019 from around the world by renowned travel, nature, and wildlife photographer, Richard Bernabe
Richard Bernabe goes Behind The Lens to Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada to illustrate the compositional concept of visual motion for dynamic landscapes.
The Think Tank Photo Large Emergency Rain Cover is the ultimate in rain and weather protection for your telephoto and supertelephoto lenses.
Richard was recently interviewed by the website PhotoWhoa where he discussed the importance of capturing the experience as well as other topics.
Richard Bernabe goes Behind The Lens to explain how to deepen the mystery with his iconic wildlife photograph at sunset, “Mirage.”