Friday, November 9, 2012
|Often the hardest thing is finding subjects that will stay still long enough to photograph them.|
|I just keep my eye out for "wildlife" that looks like it might stick around for a while. This feller looks like he's been sticking around for a few days.|
|That's how I get that peaceful look. SHHH!|
|I shot all of these with a handheld zoom-less camera phone. So i just get up there real close and irritate the hell out of the animal.|
|I don't know anything about this.|
|Trying to achieve natural lighting is especially hard when photographing in museum exhibits.|
|Good luck out there, keep clicking away!|
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