This last weekend while out looking for wildlife, on the side of one of the main roads, were 26 deer all in a group. After they got off the road I captured the photograph below. This is of course only a small number of the population of white tail deer that live in the Blue Mountains.
Tip of the Day:
When photographing wildlife such as deer make sure to have your DSLR at the highest shooting speed (shutter). Using the highest shooting speed results in better photos.
Yesterday while out photographing, I came by a spot where there were some very nice scenic views. Below are some of the photos that I made yesterday. Horses are really great to photograph, though they can be a bit too curious and get too close to you, making it difficult to take photos of anything but close ups of their heads. If that happens you either need to be far away from them to take decent pictures, or have someone with you that can keep the horse's attention away from you.
Did you know that the Quarter Horse that you know today was called: Celebrated American Quarter Running Horses by English colonists in the 1600s? It wasn't until the 1940's that a registry was formed to preserve the breed and they now are officially called the American Quarter Horse.
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Tip of the Week:
The best time to do black and white photography is when its a gloomy day (cloudy but with a little sunlight).
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