All lined up in a row! Could you have paid them enough to stand in just the right spots? Probably not. This last weekend I went hiking for a job, for a certain photo. After taking care of that photo, these five bucks came along and click, the perfect photo.
Tip of the Month:
Patience really does pay off. Even when it looks like the perfect photo is in front of you, when dealing with wildlife, just wait a bit more and they just could surprise you.
I've been hired by a wildlife magazine to photograph elk and cougars. Well, my first choice was to pick the safer one, which is elk. So last week I went backpacking just outside of the Blue Mountains in Washington state and found about 200+ head of elk! We had to keep up the speed in order to get to them before the sun set. Unfortunately before arriving at a certain angle we ran out of daylight. Below is a photo that I did take, but I still need better, so I'm going out again this weekend. Wish me luck!
Tip of the Month:
When photographing wildlife, such as elk, make sure you’re giving yourself enough time to get that photo you are wanting. Taking different types of animal calls can also help you get that perfect photo. Remember to practice using animal calls before you leave on your trip because you need to be a little familiar of what sounds you can make with them.
About a month ago I traveled to an old Ghost Town called Flora. This town was originally started April 7, 1897 during the time they had a population of 200 residents it is also known as the most substantial town to fail in Northeast Oregon.
Below is a photo of the school that was built in 1915. Now the Flora School Education Center has been restored as a pioneer arts education center. To see more photos like below please CLICK HERE.
Due to a busy schedule I will only be posting once or twice a month. As time goes on though more blog posts will be created. Hope everyone has a Happy New Year!
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