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Welcome! I'm an amateur wildlife photographer from New York State. My specialty is nature and wildlife photography. I specialize in wildlife, birds, and landscape photography. This blog is where I share some of my photos and adventures. Please comment and post questions!

Why Photograph Wildlife

Wildlife, plants, and landscapes are some of the most compelling subjects to capture in still images.  But the experience of taking photographs of wildlife is one of the most thrilling things you can do.  Sharing space with wild animals, earning their trust, and documenting their beauty and behavior for everyone to see is truly compelling. 

Wildlife is not the easiest subject to capture.  It normally requires large, telephoto lenses with or without some type of teleconverter to get even closer to the subject.   Or it requires macro lenses that allow for magnification and close focusing, which is normally used when photographing small insects, or other animals and plants. Photographing Wildlife also requires a lot of patience.  One more thing photographing wildlife requires is good lighting.  Which can be difficult because animals are most active during dawn and dusk, which are the times of day that light is not always cooperative.
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