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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 15 - 2016

Birds Photography Tips - Photographs By Bogdan Boev

Birds Photography Tips - Photographs By Bogdan Boev



Here are a few tips and tricks for birding photography enthusiasts, whether it be for photographing pets or wild birds.

1. What you’ll need:
– 300mm or 400mm telephoto lens
– Teleconverters.
Monopod or Tripod
– Camoflauge clothing; such as jacket, pants, and hats.
– Beanbag
Camera Bag
– Mosquito-repellent lotion. Read the rest of this entry »

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