Nature Notes

December 5, 2008

Photographing Raptors

Filed under: — Harold Stiver @ 11:23 am

In the winter here in Canada, I spend a lot of time photographing raptors. This includes Red-tailed and Rough-legged Hawks, Northern Harrier, American Kestrels, and Owls. I have developed some useful techniques for this and have outlined them as follows.

1. Be in the right place

2. At the right time

3. Your mobile blind

4. Know your equipment

5. Know your targets

6. Work your subject

7. A special technique

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