How do you feel when you get close to a deer after waiting patiently for hours to take a picture of it? However, Roger Clark, a wildlife photographer, blew this fantastic opportunity.
A wildlife photographer only gets to take pictures the way he wants on rare occasions. It requires both patience and good fortune at all times.
Clerk wanted to photograph the red deer breeding season at Busy Park in west London. Unfortunately, he spent hours pointing the camera in the wrong direction.
Clerk wanted to photograph the red deer breeding season in west London’s Busy Park. Sadly, he wasted a lot of time aiming the camera in the wrong direction. However, he did not detect the presence of a giant deer. Looking ahead, he continued his work. The deer approached him and began carefully observing his behavior.
After becoming preoccupied with something further away, the photographer undoubtedly kicked himself for missing the opportunity to take the “money shot.”
“I didn’t know someone was there until a long time had passed. It looked like a deer was pulling on the pocket of my jeans. When I looked back, I was happy. I’m close to the target. I took a picture up close. I learned that to take good pictures of wildlife, you need to be patient and pay attention.” Said Roger Clark.
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