Animal Photography Part II September 13, 2007 I’ve just published part II of my animal photography info series. I’d really appreciate any feedback :) Click Here to Read « Thanks Redbubble - 100 cards 2008 Calendar now available fo… » Journal Comments Craig Goldsmith over 9 years ago Looks goods Natalie, well written. LisaRoberts over 9 years ago I see what you mean Natalie and although I’m not about to throw most of my animal images away (!), I will definitely bear what you have said in mind re. eye contact and waiting.Thanks for the advice,Lisa x Durotriges over 9 years ago Well written Natalie! Some good tips here. It’s not possible to overemphasise the need for patience! In the birders world, we take greatest pleasure in watching a bird “perform”, that is, exhibiting behaviour, rather than just sitting looking miserable. I always reckon the same goes for animals too – much more interesting to see a leopard snarling, for example, than simply looking half asleep (though a good yawn provides for some fun shots!) which the big cats seem to spend most of their life doing! :-D melynda blosser over 9 years ago i will keep this information in mind when i take mine. this is good information to have. Cadence Gamache over 9 years ago Very good tips! Thanks for sharing! ECGardner over 9 years ago Very well done. I have been considering doing a piece like this, but you did a much better job than I could have done! Nando MacHado over 9 years ago I’m not an animal photographer, but I think your article is very well written (as in a pro giving tips to an amateur photographer). Reminds me a bit of Andy Rouse when talking about his techniques for photographing grouses. Deri Dority over 9 years ago Great article Natalie. You have some wonderful tips. Christine Wilson over 9 years ago well written article Natalie wd nannajul over 9 years ago I thought that it was very educational, and certainly will be back for part 3. Thanks for the inspirational advice.