Clay Taylor grew up in Connecticut and started photography back in the 1970s, when all cameras shot film and all camera settings were Manual. Auto racing and birds became his favorite subjects.
The switch to digital was done 20 years ago, and it was wonderful! He moved to Corpus Christi 15 years ago, and that was wonderful, too!
Nowadays, wildlife photographers can use DSLRs with telephoto lenses as well as spotting scopes with both DSLRs and SmartPhones—aka Digiscoping. We will cover most aspects of setup and using your system, and then go out in the field to work on field techniques.