Sunday, June 10, 2012
Photography Tip: With Wildlife Always Aim for the Eye
This is a screenshot of a RAW photo taken Jun 6, 2012.
Normally, I wouldn't enlarge a photo file 200% but, this is to show you my focus point.
The cross-hairs are something I see in my editing program, not, in the camera viewfinder.
In wildlife photography, the eye is the most important part of the subject to capture.
Aim for, spot-meter and focus on the eye and you may have an award winning photo.
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