Dead or left deviantArt :D
Life has taken some turns here and there, but all is well... I miss being able to post here and comment on people's work, but not much time left in the day when all is said and done. We have recently begun unschooling at home and turned out schedule into chaos :)
I hope all is well for everyone out there, and I look forward to returning here, but it is probably going to be a while until everything is sorted at home and my kids and I get more into a routine, if that is even possible :D
After a recent journal post by kkart (https://www.deviantart.com/kkart) I began thinking more about safety issues when I go out shooting in different locations. Most of the places I travel to are fairly safe with plenty of people around and man-made guided pathways.
A few of the locations that I have been to have been sparsely populated with people, which generally makes me happy, but I still need to think about the non-human safety issues. As a woman I also have to think about my safety related to robbery or other types of assault since I am carrying camera gear.
So, what do I do to prepare and try to make sure I am safe? Well, no one can always be 100% safe all of the
Hey Shannon. I really love your wildlife photos, and I was wondering if I could use this image : [link] in a non commercial piece, the bird will hardly be visible and it will only occupy about 1% of the piece, it will be completely transformed.