TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: Simple tips to improve your wildlife photography
A monthly column by Rachel Shaw, communications officer at Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust:
I’m holding my camera in both hands and staring at a blue tit nesting box. Mary can hear the blue tit calling, she knows their behaviour. The bird is getting closer. He’s approaching the box. There he is. I press the camera shutter. Too late, he’s inside the box in with lightning speed.
He’ll be out again soon, back into the garden. We wait. My finger rests on the camera shutter. There he is. I press the camera shutter. Too late, the blue tit has gone.
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