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Earlier I shared a bunch of images of wild animals for you to admire. There are some amazing shots out there and it takes a great amount of patience to be a wildlife photographer.
So your challenge this week is to go out and photograph some animals. They don’t necessarily have to be wild, but if you can find some – bonus!
Your dog, the squirrel in backyard, or even a visit to your local zoo will work. Think about your lens selection (wildlife photographers usually use really long lenses, partly to keep their subjects from eating them), your camera settings to freeze or blur any action, and your timing. Will you use a tripod or a monopod? What time of day is best to find the animals and get the best light?
These are all things I want you to consider as you go out to photography animals. Remember if you head out into nature:
Take only photographs – leave only footsteps
Photographing animals will require patience. They may not do what you want or expect them to do, so you have to be ready and anticipate their actions. Are you up to the challenge? Go!
Simply upload your shot into the comment field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section as pictured below) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see or if you’d prefer upload them to your favourite photo sharing site and leave the link to them. Show me your best images in this week’s challenge.