In wildlife photography the best image almost never happens with the first exposure, sometimes we have to wait for the situation to develop.Watching and waiting after you grab your first exposure can yield the better result.Raccoons are mostly nocturnal animals, so sitting in a park for lunch, I was surprised to see a raccoon climb onto a park trash can.I took my insurance shot. While I was being watched by this curious raccoon, I waited without moving for the next shot. I watched... continue reading
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