Alan Bohms is based in Nashville, TN, and is starting his own photography business.  While he is a photographer who specializes in nature photography, he is also well-versed and accomplished in other genres of photography, and has studied the craft for much of his life.  Through this blog, Alan Bohms will be writing about several interesting subjects that range from the benefits of nature photography to how to perfect the craft even when indoors, to more technical topics that revolve around cameras and lenses.

Alan Bohms has never stopped learning.  Throughout the lockdown period, he has learned new things about photography.  These include innovative ways to conduct shoots in the new normal, new ways to enhance one’s technical skill with the craft, as well as new techniques photographers can use out in the wild. 

While the blogs on this site are geared mainly for people who have just found their way into photography and are eager to learn about the art form even during uncertain times, Alan Bohms is positive that there are things here that even veteran photographers may find useful.

As a photographer, Alan Bohms believes that talent and skill are always greater than equipment – and to hone that talent and skill, photographers need access to the right information.  Like many avid fans of the craft, Alan Bohms loves a good camera.  However, he is also quick to remind everyone that a good eye and a creative mind are more important than gear.  This will be a recurring theme on this site. 

Throughout the blogs that touch on the broad range of benefits of nature photography as well as essential information for photographers while traveling and hiking, Alan Bohms shares several lessons he has learned throughout the years.  He does this in hopes that he may bring photographers young and old a brand-new perspective on the craft.  He also hopes that his blogs will serve as invitations to fellow photographers who have yet to go on a nature adventure to pick up their backpacks and other essential equipment and go on their own adventure, either in a national park, nature preserve, or any place they’ve never been to before.

On top of all that, Alan Bohms will also be sharing several important technical rules and hacks that will surely benefit young photographers.  He will be touching on topics such as natural light and how and when to harness it, the right gear needed when shooting landscapes and wildlife, and some of the best bang-for-the-buck camera equipment available in the market today.

Alan Bohms has never stopped learning.  Throughout the lockdown period, he has learned new things about photography.  These include innovative ways to conduct shoots in the new normal, new ways to enhance one’s technical skill with the craft, as well as new techniques photographers can use out in the wild. 

While the blogs on this site are geared mainly for people who have just found their way into photography and are eager to learn about the art form even during uncertain times, Alan Bohms is positive that there are things here that even veteran photographers may find useful.

As a photographer, Alan Bohms believes that talent and skill are always greater than equipment – and to hone that talent and skill, photographers need access to the right information.  Like many avid fans of the craft, Alan Bohms loves a good camera.  However, he is also quick to remind everyone that a good eye and a creative mind are more important than gear.  This will be a recurring theme on this site. 

Throughout the blogs that touch on the broad range of benefits of nature photography as well as essential information for photographers while traveling and hiking, Alan Bohms shares several lessons he has learned throughout the years.  He does this in hopes that he may bring photographers young and old a brand-new perspective on the craft.  He also hopes that his blogs will serve as invitations to fellow photographers who have yet to go on a nature adventure to pick up their backpacks and other essential equipment and go on their own adventure, either in a national park, nature preserve, or any place they’ve never been to before.

On top of all that, Alan Bohms will also be sharing several important technical rules and hacks that will surely benefit young photographers.  He will be touching on topics such as natural light and how and when to harness it, the right gear needed when shooting landscapes and wildlife, and some of the best bang-for-the-buck camera equipment available in the market today.