Hello s, I spent 5 years capturing action shots of animals. I’ve been actively engaged in photography since 2016, mainly focused on nature and animals. My pictures show kingfishers, squirrels, dogs, and birds in motion.
Wildlife photography is much more demanding than you would ever think. You have to gain the trust of wild animals and getting the perfect shot. Not to mention, that you have to be really lucky, and the animal sometimes doesn’t show up at all. Wildlife photography is a combination of patience, time, skill, love for the animal, and luck. And with luck, you can get good worthy perfectly timed pictures. As a popular saying goes: if you had one shot or one opportunity to seize everything you ever wanted in one moment, would you capture it, or just let it slip?
I’ve posted on Readingaro previously and if you’d like to see my older posts you can find them by clicking here, here, and here.
I hope this post can inspire and bring you a lot of joy!
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