Spray and Pray

Moose [Alces alces]
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Brown-throated Three-toed Sloth [Bradypus variegatus]What is it with some photographers? Just because a camera is capable of X number of frames per second does that mean it should always be fired at that rate? Here is what I’m really wondering about… is waiting for and photographing the “decisive moment” a lost art? Too many questions? I have observed all too often, while photographing in a National Park or other public space with other wildlife photographers around that many really lay on the shutter release when there is action taking place. Now, from time to time, I have ripped off a few shots of say, bull elk in the throes of a rut battle. And sometimes that really does help get a sequence of behavior. Here is where I perceive the difference......... To read the conclusion of this subject as well as many other thoughts on our photographic techniques and approaches, nature and wildlife and life in the field, click on the link to our blog on this page.

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American White Pelican [Pelecanus erythrorhynchos]
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Barbara Magnuson & Larry Kimball
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