Outdoor Photo Tips

The Eyes Have It

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • What kind of equipment will I need?
  • Long lens – 300–600 mm
  • Close up lens for bugs, plants, etc.
  • Tips
  • Focus on Eyes – if the eyes are not in focus, it is a bad picture.
  • Use a monopod or tripod whenever possible
  • Use mirror lockup for extremely long shots if there is time.
  • Bracket your shots since you won’t get a second chance to shoot most animals.
  • Be Patient – they move at their own pace, not yours.
  • Birds often require a fast suhtter speed. They move quickly. In flight they are difficult to stop without blur.
  • Your lens choice depends on your sensor size.
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