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Animal Photography Hints and TipsSome people ask me for hints and tips for Photographing animals, I submitted a journal with these a while back, but thought it may be worthy of a news feature.Animal Photography Hints and Tips by CoupeKid
> Check your gear the night before
Nothing worse than getting to a photoshoot with a low battery, or full memory cards! so make sure all your batteries are charged, and take a spare. Also make sure your memory cards are free of images.
Clean all your lenses the night before. If you leave it to when you get on site, for the DSLR users out there, there may not be a convenient place to do this. So take no chances.
> Get level with the eye
When you are with the animals, always get to eye level (where possible). Sometimes this may mean laying or kneeling in mud, so its a good idea to wear old cloths, and maybe even leaving a change of cloths in the car!
> Get focused on the eye
Always focus on the eye, if you have a camera that has a centre focus point, you can always reframe after focusing, but always make sure the eye is the part i