Planning a shot is important, but sometimes the unplanned works too

Zen and the Art of Wildlife Photography
22nd April 2018
9th June 2018

An unplanned shot on a  trip to the Farne Islands

I always enjoy a trip to the Farne Islands, getting up really close to the wildlife there. It’s always worth looking for the unexpected and pointing the lens in another direction and creating an unplanned image.

The same happened on an early morning trip to Bamburgh. I ended up pointing  my camera in the opposite direction from everyone else.

Take a look in the other direction. Sometimes something may be going on where you least expect it.

It’s behind you!

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