Zoo Photo Tips BlogMaking Zoo Photography Come Alive
Patience pays off when photographing animals. Wait for the expression that sets your photo apart. The eyes connect us to the photograph so waiting until the animal is looking at you can really pay off. We can take hundreds of photos,...
Photographing the lemurs without barriers is not without its challenges. True, there are no bars, fences or glass between the camera and the lemur, but these are some quick little guys that can be hard to capture. I ended up with plenty of pictures of blurry lemur tails as they were quickly in the frame and then…gone.
Hold still….hold still…..why won’t these animals hold still? Zoo animals are notorious for not taking directions.
It’s obvious. It’s whichever camera you have in your hands.
I’m a big fan of arriving at the zoo early, before the crowds. The light is lower in the sky; the animals are waking up and usually active.
I have been looking forward to starting this Web site and today is the day. No April Fools joke here, I’m starting Zoo Photo Tips today to share my passion in zoo photography.