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Wildlife Photography Tips

Wildlife Photography Tips
  This is a personal challenge for me. This is what I have found throughout my experiences. DSLR cameras are difficult to beat in this area. The larger zoom lenses work best for anything from bugs to moose.Best Light. Early morning and late afternoon are best. But if you can get a glimpse of that big deer that jumps out of the woods and into your back yard , I say, point and shoot whenever you can.Don't avoid overcast days cloudy conditions often produce better images than the harsh light of a sunny day.Hunting blinds. I am amazed how close you...
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Taking Better Trophy Photos

Taking Better Trophy Photos
Everyone likes to take a photo of that trophy buck, fish, turkey, bear, etc., etc. Unfortunately many hunters and fisherman don’t understand how to take a great photo of their trophy that highlights the animal, and where it was taken.  A lot of us either don’t understand or don’t take the time.  I myself have taken photos of my “Big Buck” on the back of a trailer, or my “Huge Bass” in front of the garage.  Even though I am a photographer and I know what it takes, sometimes I just don’t take the time.  The memories just are not the...
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