Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Painted Stork or Banded Stork?

Can you spot the difference of these birds. The red head and orange beak is painted storks which are at the background. The front is banded stork. They almost look alike and they like to eat fish.
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Wildlife Photography with Character- Four Tips

Wildlife photography
is not just for professional photographers. Almost
anyone with a camera is occasionally inspired to record a special wildlife experience in a photograph. For an inexperienced photographer, it is easy to be disappointed with the quality of your results. You see the great photography that can be found in galleries, on calendars and postcards, and wonder why you are not getting the same results.

These days, unfortunately, our first tendency is to blame the camera, assuming that the professionals have much better cameras than yours. Even worse, many people even assume the images are not genuine photos at all; they must have been enhanced or even manufactured on a computer.

The truth is, you don't need an expensive camera or to be an expert with software to produce good wildlife photos. Don't forget, great wildlife photography existed long before digital cameras arrived on the scene. In fact, you don't even need special techniques to take better wildlife photos. There are some simple things you can do that can help you take better wildlife photos no matter what sort of camera you have, or how expert you are in photography.Continue Reading

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