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Light is the key to deer photography

By Tony Orman
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How many deer do you need a year to keep your freezer topped up? I reckon one and a half to two - fully utilised with all the meat recovered - should be ample for a couple. So, just because your freezer has a good supply of venison stashed away there’s no need to hang up your boots - pick up a camera and go deerstalking with it.

 

Wildlife photography has the hunting element in it and you spend time just looking for deer, analysing them and learning more about their habits. It's absorbing considering the challenges involved.

 

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