A car makes a fantastic blind and often allows you to approach wildlife at a much closer range than you can ever dream of on foot.
However, the excitement many photographers feel when they capture an amazing image is quickly replaced by disappointment when closely examining their photos. Too often, pictures taken from a car don’t display the same level of sharpness as images where no vehicle is involved.
In this video, we’ll cover tons of tips for getting razor-sharp images when you shoot from the car. Most photographers are guilty of at least a few of the mistakes we’ll discuss in this video.
Check it out – seven minutes from now, you’ll know everything you need to get razor-sharp images from your car!
I’ve had a few people ask about the wrap I’m using on my lens – it’s actually one of those self-adhesive / pressure tapes they use at the hospital. It’s non-sticky, dries fast, and is easily removed. Here’s the link.
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