Wildlife Photography Tips 2 - Post Processing
This particular post isn't strickly a wildlife photo tip, but it is a push for those individuals who have hesitations about using post processing software on their images. I have not generated this post for an argument, but I think it deserves a thought for those who are afraid of trying software editing programs. The two images I have attached illustrate how I was able to clean a photo I really thought had potential, but included many difficult exposure issues. In the first
Wildlife Photography Tips 54- Knowledge is Your Friend
The art of capturing "Good" Nature photos, in this case wildlife, presents itself as an argument for the best equipment. The art of "Great" wildlife imagery is illustrated by the photographer who is willing to study the subject and not rely on the equipment to "chase down" the image. What do I mean? How many, many times have I heard from individuals, "If I had a camera and lens like yours, I could get shots like those as well". Maybe yes, but in the real world, the truth is "