The back­ground

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Some of the most painfully bad wildlife shots are ones where the sub­ject is en­gaged and do­ing some­thing exciting, only it’s do­ing it in front of a very dis­tract­ing back­ground. While you’re wait­ing for your sub­jects to show up, have a good look around and de­cide which parts of the scene would make the best set­tings. If you line your­self up in front of a rel­a­tively plain back­ground, it’ll be eas­ier to isolate your sub­ject and put em­pha­sis on what­ever it’s do­ing in the frame.

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