You can take Professional photos right in your own backyard or by traveling to local areas not far from your own home. Many people think you have to travel to far reaches of the world to take great photos. I structured this blog showing several of my photos which were taking in my backyard and other that were less than 40 miles from our home. While taking photos at a Zoo or Aquarium use your backgrounds to your advantage and use a zoom lens for those close-up shots. With digital cameras you can take several photos of one subject changing setting and delete what you don't want. I enjoy using a macro lens getting that close up look, letting everybody see things in a different prospective.
why the dog is not trying to chase it.Rose Mallow-Macro
with the Toronto shore line in the back ground.
this past summer, putting the flash strobe right against the tank glass.
Garden Spider spinning Water Bug into Silken Sac
which was hanging from our pools edge.
I do a lot of my photography work is this area
which is not far from where I live.
in the Golden Hill State Park boat launch bay in a 15 foot open area
for close to a week. The shore line ice went out about 300 yards
which prevented it from flying out of the bay area.
Hummingbird Moth while I was working in one of our backyard gardens.
30 Mile Lighthouse and shore line during the winter.
Tony Wagner was our program presenter with birds of prey.
Lake Ontario at Golden Hill State Park.
while walking down Feeder Rd.
This is a Scenic photo taken at Lake Ontario at the 30 mile Lighthouse site.
A Brown Bear at the Buffalo Zoo looking content.