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Ken's Photo Tips

For a long while, I've thought of sharing occasional photography and Photoshop advice, so here it goes. First a little background: I have been doing wildlife photography for more than 10 years. Believe me, after a decade of doing this, I still make heaps of mistakes, and find lots of room for improvement. Along the way, one thing I have found surprising is how little and sometimes counter-intuitive things can make a big difference in the quality of my photos. Some are things to keep in mind while shooting, while others apply to post-processing (digital editing). Some of these tips might seem basic to seasoned photographers, but I'm amazed by how often they're new to people that I guide on birding or even photography tours. Hopefully these posts will be entertaining for anyone who takes pictures, which is virtually everyone on the planet these days!

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