To capture the best photos, learn about your subject’s behaviors. For example, if you’re observing an animal that is naturally timider, maintain some distance and have a blind so they’re less likely to spot you. Keep movement down to a minimal, even if an animal does spot you they will likely return to their business if they do not feel threatened. If you’re going out with an intention to photograph a specific animal, know their personality before you come across it, therefore you’ll get the best pictures possible by blending into their habitat. Finally, use a fast shutter speed, something that can take many frames per second as it can capture the animal’s relationship with other animals, and a few extravagant poses.
“The photographers I admire most have an innate curiosity about their subjects’ behaviors and life cycles because they intuitively realize that knowledge will help them achieve the most interesting and unique photos. Deeper knowledge of the subject will shine through that work, distinguishing it from the run-of-the-mill nature photos out there.” - Melissa Groo, Award Winning Wildlife Photographer
To naturally blend into the wild, shop Pugs and enjoy these recommendations that will help you have the best outdoor experience. This camouflage hat will keep you warm and naturally blends in with your surroundings.Protect your eyes from the sun with these sunglasses. We recommend you go with a natural color like brown to avoid being spotted.These gloves will keep your hands warm, but allow enough movement to work your way around the camera. Consider it to be a second layer of skin.Finally, if you’re shooting with your phone, or just feel safer with a battery that’s fully charged, add a portable power bank to your traveling bag.