You might be aware that I have made it a point to post photography tips & tutorials on Facebook. They are usually short and to the point. Also, the tips are specific to the photograph that’s posted.
If you are not following me on Facebook, I urge you to do send me a Facebook request right now, as I feel it’s crucial to learn tips as short bursts.
In case you are not using the Facebook, this article is for you.
I thought it might be a good idea to do a round-up post with the recent photography tips and tutorials that I published on Facebook. Here there are…
The Little Spiderhunter
I have seen scores of bird photographers trying to hide the man-made things from their photographs. Say, they try to avoid photographing the bathtub or a barb-wire or light pole.
My question is: What would you get by concealing the reality? If it’s a manmade perch, so what? If it’s a setup, so what?
In my opinion, by disclosing it you would be respected more than by concealing it.
Above all, if birds don’t mind, why should we?