I've recently started a new blog and in between anecdotal birding adventures, some life history stuffs, etc. I've started a series of informative "How to digiscope" type posts. The first is a very basic generic introduction to technique. The second is a post describing how to properly line up the camera with photographic examples of what it looks like when lense are off center, too close, or too far away. More will follow in weeks to come, but I wanted to offer this to anyone interested as a resource. I'd love to have any who are visit and leave commentary & questions in the comments section.
The blog can be reached here:
and the individual digiscoping posts can be reached (for those who want to cut right to the chase without enduring images of fluffy owl babies or a crippling mega rarity like a Greater Sand-Plover) by scrolling down to the links under the heading, "Digiscoping Series" found along the right side of the page.
Or if you just want to look at wildlife images check out my digiscoped wildlife on flickr here:
Happy scoping all!