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What Makes a Good Wildlife Photo?
I think an extremely important element is some sort of story-telling in the image. What story does your photo convey, or more importantly, what do you want it to convey to people who see it? Let’s digress off-track a little – this whole story-telling concept as it relates to a photo sounds like a great idea, but do all photos really tell a story, or do some photographers just click away with no concept of story telling? I think the answer to this lies in both the viewer of a photo and the taker of the photo; some viewers may never see a story and some may see stories in your photo you never dreamt of. I suppose that’s the beauty of photography – it means all kinds of different things to all sorts of people. I don’t specifically see a story when I take a photo, I see an image or a moment in my mind’s eye and try to capture such a moment or try to frame moments I think can make a connection with people. So maybe for me, the story-telling is the making of a connection between the photograph and the viewer. If I can do that, then I have succeeded.

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Nice tips for photographer

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Spring Photography Tips: Baby Animals. #photography   #tips   #animal  

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Established in 1983, the #RajajiNationalPark paves the way for a rich bio diversity.

Plan your #Wildlife #Tours soon with http://goo.gl/l8iWV7
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How to take better photographers of your pets. 

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Photography at the zoo can be a problem. Check out my #blog at www.shoeyphoto.com
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.peninsulavaldes  Guía Virtual Gratuita. Conocer Península Valdés - Patagonia Argentina. 
A través de esta APP, podés visitar todos los atractivos turísticos que la región ofrece, desde tu dispositivo movil.
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5 Great Pet Portrait Photography Tips
Want to Take better Pet portraits? Its estimated we take a whopping 260 images of our pets a year. Here is how to improve your pet photography.
See ==> http://www.my-photo-school.com/2015/04/24/pet-photography-its-never-been-more-popular/

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Composition - Using Diagonals

Setting your subject matter on a diagonal will almost always make for a more dynamic picture. Even if this is an invisible diagonal that draws your eye between two points. Move around the subject (not too close in the case of my crocodiles) and look for a diagonal.

The art of good composition is first of all choosing the right viewpoint, then placing the main elements where you want them in the frame and finally making sure that the cropping is to your liking, make sure that there is nothing untidy at the edge of the picture.

Tutorial Source: http://www.geofflawrence.com/composition.html

#photographytips #phototips #composition #diagonals #viewpoint #framing  
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