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    Wildlife Photography Tips

    This tutorial, which is currently being discussed on a wildlife forum which I use, may be of interest to anyone photographing wildlife. Particularly newcomers to this aspect of photography.

    http://wildoceanphotography.blogspot...graph.html?m=1

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    Re: Wildlife Photography Tips

    Thanks Geoff, good and informative reading. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Wildlife Photography Tips

    Nice article Geoff. I was just having the same type discussion with some photographer friends about composition.

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    Re: Wildlife Photography Tips

    That was an excellent tutorial that sums up a lot of compositional considerations in one place with good examples. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Wildlife Photography Tips

    Good tips Geoff. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Wildlife Photography Tips

    A wonderful article, thanks Geoff.

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    Re: Wildlife Photography Tips

    If I could combine my wife's ability to spot animals, fish and birds in the wild with my photo capabilities; I would be a fairly good wildlife photograpner.
    As of now, she will say, "Oh look at that hawk in the tree in the back yard!", and I will never be able to spot the hawk until it flies away...

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