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How to take great zoo shotsI've seen many photos of animals at the zoo, some are absolutely fantastic photos, some are something that you should cast in the trash bin. What is the secret behind those fantastic photos? Well, first off you should know that you want to portray the animal in as natural a scene as possible, I've not seen many photos that are good where the animal is obviously in a zoo (whether by a fence or otherwise). It should always be your first priority to find a way to make it look like the animal is not in a zoo or enclosed area.How to take great zoo shots by GKmon-DORU-fanatic
Now you may be wondering how to do that, and here's the answer. First is to get a good telephoto lens, a telephoto lens can significantly blur the fencing and/or wiring that is separating you from the animal. The amount of blur is determined by the focal length, how close you are to the fence/wire, and amount of aperture blades among other things. So, if executed correctly you can completely blur out th