Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Photographing Dragonflies and Damselflies

An article from Picture Correct by Ashley Feolens, also known as the fatphotographer, in which she gives some great tips on photographing dragonflies, with some great images to demonstrate her techniques.

Bright, colorful, alien-like dragonflies and damselflies are some of the most unusual creatures you or I are likely to come across. Moving at seemingly impossible speeds and always seeming to be on the go, these insects can be a challenge to even the most experienced photographer, but there are ways to increase your chances of getting the wall perfect shot. Hopefully, here, you will gain a much better understanding of how you could achieve these shots yourself.

Follow the link to read the full article: Photographing Dragonflies and Damselflies – PictureCorrect
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