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Three Big Tips for Wildlife Photography Beginners | BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP



The three biggest tips I have to people beginning their journey in wildlife photography. Things I wish I would have realized sooner, and started learning sooner in my career as a wildlife photographer.

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7 comments
  1. pation and and a good amount of motivating yourself to stick with it is crucial for a wildlife photographer. More than often you will fail to get the images you wanted to have. And especially in those scenarios it is essential that you motivate yourself to stick with your hobby. Because those are the moments that you improve yourself.

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