Wednesday, 09 September 2015.
When it comes to receiving praise for their work, photographers famously dislike the pseudo-complementary phrase "you must have a really nice camera". Of course I prefer praise that compliments my skills rather than my gear as well, but when it comes to wildlife photography it can't be denied that the right tools can make getting satisfying results a lot easier. I couldn't do what I do with a pinholed Pringles can and some photographic paper.
So what are the right tools for wildlife photography?