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8 Awesome Accessories For Nature Photographers – Viral Trends

8 Awesome Accessories For Nature Photographers




For links to the accessories mentioned in the video, head here:

8 Awesome Accessories For Nature Photographers

One question I see drift through my e-mail box on a regular basis is about accessories – specifically, which ones do I use and like when I’m out in the field. So I decided to put a video together and show you eight of my favorites. I use each and every accessory you see in the video on a regular basis and I honestly don’t know what I’d do without them!

Plus, most of them come in pretty cheap. Figure between $1.50 to $30 for all but the last one – and even that one’s not too expensive for what it is. 

Anyhow, take a look to see what I use and why. Oh, and I apologize in advance for spending your money!

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Comments 27

  1. If you're using a 2-part PMG L plate, there's an allen wrench stored in it. Drops into a slot, held in place with a magnet. RRS 2-part might have the same.

  2. Ok. I learned something. Thumbs up.

    I have been looking for something to put on the tripod to soften the legs on my shoulder. In fact, this winter in FL, while carrying my big kit all day long, for weeks, and in order to keep the tripod on my shoulder, I had been twisting my arm counter clockwise to keep it on my shoulder. One morning I couldn't move my right arm up nor my right elbow up. After a visit to the hospital I learned that I had a frozen shoulder. This happened even though I outfitted my tripod legs with thick pipe insulation. I think this pad will help my situation. I have often said that I had to find pads that I could stitch onto my vest.

  3. I had no idea that foldable lens hood existed Steve. I'm heading out to Hokkaido in November, and the lens hood on my 600 is a menace for the exact reasons you said. How does it handle in the wind? By the way, check out the Pelican Air 1535 for a hard carry-on if you're ever in the market. Just picked one up the other day and was able to cram my 600, 15-30, 24-70 and 70-200 in it.

  4. Thanks for all the videos and suggestions. I will be purchasing your Nikon autofocus ebook to support your video contributions. Don't know how you stand the crowds at Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. My last visit there it took nearly 50 minutes to get from Hyatt Lane to the Cove entrance. About 3 miles. Guess someone saw a deer. Given that I just got my D850 it will be hard not to try again this fall. Thanks for the settings suggestions, many I use on my D4 already.

  5. Love the pipe insulation tip. One of those “why didn’t I think of that” things. I’ll be looking for one of those packs too. Just got back from a camping trip where I was wishing that I had brought along a small pack and that would have been perfect. Nice job Steve, thanks!

  6. Awesome, as always!

    But, thanks for costing me some money today… I should have known before watching that I wasn't going to make it through 8 of your tips without ending up with a shopping list.

  7. Nice job, thanks Steve. cheers from the UK.PS would be very interesting to see a review or a quick low down on the large Wacom type tablet thing you have on your desk which is presumably what you do your editing on (the big screen type thing with the alloy handle/control on it's left hand side!

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