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

Photographing the Kingfisher in Paradise

There aren't many birds that anyone would recognize at a glance. Many groups of birds are so inconspicuous, the differences between species so subtle, and their behaviors so mysterious that even nature lovers struggle to identify them. Kingfishers are different. As soon as you learn what a kingfisher looks like,...

Photography News: Three New Lenses Under $160

This week was another pleasantly busy one for our team. Spencer went to Yellowstone with a truck full of camera equipment to test for you. Jason returned from his birding grounds having photographed several new bird species for the first time. And I just came out of the woods after...

Nikon Z 28-400mm f/4-8 VR: First Impressions

Superzooms have always been viewed with a certain amount of disdain by "serious" photographers. Fairly or unfairly, lots of photographers would immediately dismiss anything more extreme than a 24-120mm lens. But now, Nikon has released not a superzoom, but a straight hyperzoom, whose wide end starts at 28mm and ends...

Nikon Z 400mm f/2.8 TC VR S Review

We’ve just finished a major update to our review of the Nikon Z 400mm f/2.8 TC VR S, with lab tests of sharpness and extensive comparisons against other Nikon lenses that you may be considering. How does this lens perform? Perhaps predictably, it’s incredible!