Written by: Timothy Fitzgerald
07/09/2010 5:20 PM
One of the great joys of going on an RV road trip is seeing different wildlife in its environment. But for the novice photographer capturing incredible images of wildlife is about as easy as navigating a Class A motorhome through New York City. So where does the inexperienced photographer begin? We've consulted experts on the subject and have created a list of 9 wildlife photography tips. Follow these and you'll be well on your way to being considered the next Ansel Adams:
Photography is an art that requires time, patience, dedication, and a willingness to learn. As any road tripper knows, opportunities abound for wonderful pictures on every trip. And it is for this reason that it is so vital to take the time to learn how to operate your camera to create wonderful photos - through these photos you'll be able to re-live the greatest moments of your trip for years. So get out into your backyard, get that bird feeder, and start snapping away! You won't regret it.
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