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  Capturing Nature with Your Camera  

Taking pictures of nature can be very rewarding, and is a great way to share with others how you felt being out in it. When you are taking pictures out in nature, however, you want to follow certain guidelines so that you can capture the feel in the best way possible. This means working with nature instead of trying to control it, and doing your best to portray its various moods. The best nature pictures are those that you take when you have immersed yourself in the beauty and wonder around you.

When capturing nature on camera, you often want to get some far away or panoramic shots, such as of snow-capped mountains or a lake and meadow. This means that you will want to have a good quality zoom feature on your camera. When taking these types of panoramic shots, try to get enough in to capture the beauty and splendor of what you see. A shot that has almost all lake in it with just a little bit of grass doesn't do the whole scene justice. You want to get a nice part of the lake with enough meadow to show how they interact together, and perhaps a mountain or some trees in the background.
Taking pictures of nature means trying to get others to see what you are seeing. This is why you want to get the lake, the meadow, and at least part of a mountain in the shot. It also means being patient with wild animals that you want to photograph. If you know that a certain meadow is visited often by deer for grazing, make yourself comfortable near the meadow and wait. Construct a blind if you have the resources so that you can be sure none of the animals will be able to see you. Be patient, make sure your camera and the zoom feature is ready, and you could end up with some wild animal pictures worthy of framing.

Though a lot of the time you don't really want people in your nature shots, there are times when it can actually enhance the picture. If you are on a hike with a friend, try to get some candid shots of her inspecting a certain plant or gazing out at a particularly beautiful natural scene. Make the focus of your picture how your friend is reacting to the nature around her, not just a picture of your friend. Remember that when you let nature set the tone, which is when you get your best shots.

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