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

Nikon Zf Field Review

Nikon has an impressive family tree that includes a number of iconic cameras. If you started out in photography during the analog film era, you'll be familiar with classic cameras like the Nikon F3 or Nikon FM2. These manual cameras - with their simple controls, unbeatable reliability, and precision -...

Wildlife Photography Safety Tips

Wildlife photography is a very rewarding, creative, and relaxing activity - that is, unless you just missed the shot of a lifetime. However, while being outdoors is generally good for your health, there are some risks involved. To help you return from your photo hunts healthy, happy, and alive (at...

Nikon Z 600mmm f/6.3 VR S First Impressions

The Nikon Z telephoto family has grown again. After the recent introduction of the long-awaited Nikon Z 180-600mm f/5.6-6.3 VR zoom, a surprising new prime was introduced - the Nikon Z 600mm f/6.3 VR S. It's like finding out that your hen has laid two eggs, not one! But which...

What Makes a Good Wildlife Photography Lens?

What is the best type of lens for wildlife photography? No doubt, the most popular and easiest way to photograph animals is with a telephoto lens. However, there are many other factors to consider: focal length, aperture, weight, price, close focusing distance, image quality, focus speed, and more. Where do you start?