These are most of the photos that I have taken of animals. Some are better than others I know but quite a few of them I took before I got my Canon EOS Rebel T2i. If you have any animal pictures you want to show me email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE! Keep in mind the h dot b dot photography.
How To Photograph Animals
Photographing animals is harder than it looks. If you want to photograph a calm animal that lets you come up to it than your lucky. However most pets are moving around constantly. To get good pictures of them you'll want to raise your shutter speed to about 200 or more depending on the animal. Getting pictures of animals that are wild can be a lot harder as you will probably need a 250mm zoom lens or better. For taking photos of pets you should only need a high shutter speed if their fast moving, if their calm then you may not need it very high. When you take a picture of a pet try to get it's face or at least part of it in the photo. When your taking photos of wild life try to get it looking a little to the left or right of where you are or right at the camera. You also want to be somewhat close to the subject or zoomed in really close on the subject. Then take the picture and see how it turned out. One of the reasons I have so many animal pictures is because I love taking pictures of them. I also spent about 6 years living next door to a professional wild life photographer. His name is John E. Marriott. You should look at his pictures, their amazing. He showed me his high powered zoom lens, it's two feet long and costs as much as a small camper! You probably will never own a lens like that so you'll have to get closer than 200 feet away, much closer.