I spend a lot of time at zoos and aquariums, sometimes as a volunteer and mostly as an observant visitor (I am currently studying to work in a zoo or rescue facility, as well).As a photographer, this means I have invested a lot of time learning to photograph the animal ambassadors that call these facilities home, and thought I would share some of the techniques I have learned with all of you! KNOW THE SHOWWhether it be where to sit or where to aim your camera, studying YouTube videos... continue reading
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Captive Animals can sometimes be the easiest or hardest subjects, depending upon the facilities you are visiting.Accessibility - Many of these animals are either kept in enclosures that are far away and have to be shot with a zoom lens, or they are behind glass with smudges and smears.Don’t let these factors deter you from getting a great shot.There are often ways to get around this. If they are in area that needs a zoom lens, talk to the staff.There may be a time that they are closer... continue reading
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