I have a new article published today on Photofocus, titled “Get Ready to Remote, Part 1: Simple Camera Traps For Wildlife”. Here’s a sneakpeek…
“Go out into the great outdoors. Find a place that animals like to hang out when people aren’t around. Set up your camera to automatically a photo of them when they do show up. Leave it there. Come back tomorrow and see if you got any shots. Repeat it all over again until you get the shots you need. Welcome to Remote Camera Traps!
In previous articles I’ve shared the different ways I’ve used Platypods in my photography. Possibly one of the best uses I have found is in helping set up a successful remote camera trap. The Platypod adds flexibility to the placement of your camera and lighting equipment that can make your trapping endeavors much more likely to pay off with great images. …”
Check out the rest of the article at this link: Get Ready to Remote, Part 1: Simple Camera Traps For Wildlife
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