Nature as Art Photography Tours
As an award winning and published photographer, Emily Carter has extensive photography teaching experience in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Through her work “Nature as Art” she encourages her clients to grow as a digital artist by aiding them in visualizing images that are creative and unique.
Nature as Art Photography Tours celebrate the Wonders of Nature by connecting people with nature and sparking compassion, curiosity and inspiring people to care for our planet. These tours provide clients with real-world opportunities to make memorable connections with nature and wildlife, while learning about conservation.
This year has been quite exciting for me and there was plenty to celebrate. It was thrilling to have my long awaited solo photography exhibit at the National Wildlife Visitors Center in May and was honored to be included in their center for my bird and wildlife photography […]
This past year I’ve come to realize how blessed I am with the friends I have made through photography and how we share an equal passion for the creative art behind the lens. We all express and enjoy photography in our own way. May it be for the […]
There are several holly bushes that have grown quite well in my garden over the years and they are a perennial favorite for masked bandits. Who are these masked bandits one might ask? Well, they are a flock of Cedar Waxwings with their black masks that fly in […]
As an equestrian, I have an appreciation for the equine athlete and what is needed for their training and care. In the thoroughbred racing industry, the horse’s athleticism is the height of a horse’s potential. While watching the horse and rider in their morning exercises, there were times […]
The past few weeks I’ve been swamped on the domestic front with lots of “KP” or Kitchen Patrol due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. It was lots of work but enjoying a happy and large family made it all worthwhile. Needless to say, once the event was all said […]
It’s wonderful to be back at Conowingo Dam and the season has been good. After last year when the dam was wide open for weeks on end due to flooding, and the eagles left because they couldn’t fish, it’s great to have them back. On my visit over […]
Zebras…seriously? I had no idea that wild animals are running around inside my newly acquired Sony A9, but yet there they are. What is a Sony Zebra you might ask? Well it is how Sony handles showing highlight alerts within the viewfinder. And of course, it isn’t nearly […]
As I’m putting my new camera kit, the Sony A9 paired with the newly introduced Sony 200-600mm lens to the test, there are several things I wanted to work with and one of them was how well it handled high ISO settings. Frequently when I’m photographing birds in […]
It’s time to pixel peep a little with images that I captured this week between the Sony A9 with the 200-600mm lens against the Canon 5D Mark II with 100-400mm L II lens. Spending time in Assateague National Seashore on Veterans Day it was a beautiful Indian Summer […]
The big claim to fame with the Sony A9 and the newly introduced 200-600mm lens is its great ability to track a moving subject. Perfect for bird photography and now with a lightweight lens that has the reach that the big boys have offer clarity and affordability for […]