The Challenge of Shooting in Low Light
Florida Wildlife Photography Tips
bright open areas, including fields, prairies and beaches, the best
times to shoot are early and late in the day, the same periods when
animals are most likely to be active and visible.
Take time to study the animal pictures in National Geographic Magazine and TV series. The detail is so remarkable because of the low angle of the sun.
creatures like to avoid sunlight and stay in the shade, or they are
most active before sunrise and after sunset.
Video cameras have an advantage in that they are often able to start recording animal movements when impatient still photographers may have to wait for brighter conditions. Providing a tripod for the still camera helps equalize the situation.
Approaching Animals in the Wild
What Sizes Work Best?
Problem of Bright Sunlight
Seeing the world differently.
Gear from Rain & Humidity
Good Sunset Silhouettes