A Photograph Within
Some color photography becomes a photograph within a photograph when it is
recreated in black and white. I hope you enjoy a collection of my B&W photography made into a video. It includes Strawberry, a neighborhood cat, that peeks in our windows and doors. You can read more about Strawberry under The Keyboard.
Timing is the key. Be patient when taking a photograph but be ready.
Practice with your pets because they are always around.
Get to know your camera’s setting, experiment with them.
Before you throw away a picture check to be sure within it, if cropped, a picture exist.
Make back up copies of your photography.
Weather-weather conditions play a big part if an animal is more active or not, depending on the animal, such as polar bears.
Feeding times-are a good because animals are more excited and active.
Pay close attention to your surroundings. Real close. Then wait. . . Do you see it?
Eventually he moved and I was able to take a brief moment to get the picture.
Ask the zookeepers when animals are most active to get a better photograph.
Take pictures often!
Play around with different angles.