Again, and again, and again...
We had a few autumn sunset evenings where the sky had the most colorful blaze in its setting. It lasted only a couple of minutes and over and over again I took pictures from my porch and titled them collectively Halloween Sunsets.
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 Ark Keepers on Animal Blogging With Dill The Cat further down on this page.
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.