Friday, February 4, 2011

Photographing Wildlife Through a Window

I love watching wildlife and 90% of my photos are related to nature in some way or another. I get plenty of bad pictures that I have to delete, but the more you practice the more you get to keep so I keep plugging away.

Winter is not my favored time of year, but setting up feeding stations that I can view through the windows of our home certainly makes it feel better, and the endless entertainment is a real delight. However, taking photographs through the window can be frustrating to me, especially since our windows are divided into panes so I don't always get the quality I want.

The window in your kitchen, dining room or living room can be one of the best vantage points for photography. You don’t need expensive, complicated equipment—even point-and-shoot cameras produce excellent images. Here are some ideas to get you pointed in the right direction.

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