Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Better Shots on C. taedatus

          After reading the comment on the last post, I went back to the (unofficial) photography desk and tried again. I learned a few things this time around:

  1) It is vital to snap a picture the moment it drifts into focus.
  2) Even though this camera has a "shake reducing" tool, it is important to have my arms in a rested
      position when I shoot.
  3) Simply have a wide plane of the target's surface parallel to the camera's lens, or accept that
      getting a clear shot of a steep surface will require more effort and/or time.

As always, this is only a reflection of my own understanding and skills. It worked, though!

Carabus taedatus

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