Do a Background Check When Shooting a Wildlife Photo
7 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
When photographing wildlife - much like hiring a new employee or going on a date with someone you met online - it's essential to do a background check. What is behind the animal that you're photographing?
The background can completely make or break an image. It's essentially the canvas that you're painting the rest of your picture on top of. By paying more attention to what's going on back there you can vastly improve your images.
I'm going to show you four photos. They all feature the same Tenerife Lizard and were all taken a handful of seconds apart. The only thing I changed between each...
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