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.”
The MindShift PhotoCross 13 backpack was designed for adventure photographers. It’s tough enough to take on the elements yet comfortable for all day use.
Introducing the Canon 90D, the newest Canon DSLR which will replace the 80D with an impressive 32.5 megapixels and 10 frames per second.
Behind The Lens at Brooks Falls, Alaska. Brooks Falls is a bear photography paradise and a waterfall in Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska.
The new Irix 150mm f/2.8 Macro 1:1 Dragonfly Lens from Irix USA. I reviewed this manual focus telephoto macro lens which is perfect for nature macro photos.
Behind The Lens with the famous Angel Oak, an ancient and giant Southern live oak in coastal South Carolina near the town of Charleston.
Think Tank Photo releases the new Urban Acess Backpack which is easy to pack and even easier to access your photo gear when on the run or in the studio.
Behind The Lens in Cinque Terre, a strand of five charming and colorful seaside villages along the dramatic Italian Riviera coastline!
It’s the most frequently-asked question and perhaps the least important. “What’s in the bag?” Here’s an inside look into Richard Bernabe’s photo equipment.