About Libor Vaicenbacher

Libor works as a biology teacher, guide, photographer and photography course lecturer. His passion is birds. As an ornithologist, Libor has studied the avian diversity of the South American Andes. He fell in love with this part of the world and since then he likes to return there with his camera to popularize its nature with his photographs, talks and articles. You can see more of Libor's work on his Instagram page.

Post Archive By Libor Vaicenbacher

Leica M Monochrom (Type 246) Mini Review

One camera brand that has successfully fostered an aura of uniqueness, exclusivity, and luxury is the Leica. This German brand was there at the very beginning of 35mm cameras around a hundred years ago, and it still produces them today. Leica certainly doesn't follow modern design trends; its strength lies...

Nikon Z 180-600mm f/5.6-6.3 VR Field Review

It's been five long years since Nikon debuted the Z system, and now the Nikon Z 180-600mm f/5.6-6.3 VR is finally here. Over the years, Nikon has steadily added to their supertelephoto lineup, with excellent lenses like the Nikon Z 400mm f/4.5 and f/2.8, 600mm f/4, 800mm f/6.3, and 100-400mm...

Zeiss DTI 4/35 Thermal Imaging Camera Review

Although the human eye is a good tool for perceiving the world around us, it's not perfectly attuned to some situations. For example, if light levels are very low, or if you're searching for a well-camouflaged animal, you may not be able to see what you are looking for. However,...

For Better Wildlife Photos, Shoot at Ground Level

At first glance, photography may seem like a reflection of reality. Yes, the camera sensor faithfully captures photons from the scene that pass through your lens. But which scene should you point at? It’s all up to your interpretation. Or, to match the theme of this article, down to your interpretation.