Wildlife Photography - Part 2 of 3 - Technique
The previous article - Equipment and Preparation dealt with what equipment I think is needed for Bird and Animal wildlife photography.
This article deals with the practical side of capturing that 'once in a lifetime' image. At some point it needs to be realised that to succeed in wildlife photography the equipment you use plays a significant part in the capture of a quality image without disturbing the wildlife or the environment. The rest of this article assumes you are using a dSLR (or film camera) with good quality long focal length lens and that the point & shoot cameras are left at home unless you are shooting insects and macro subject.
All of the information given is based on my experience and what techniques suit me. Are they the only way? hell no! If you have a technique that works for you great
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