Photo of the day: Squirrel!

by DaniGirl on May 23, 2014 · 0 comments

in Photo of the Day

Because squirrel!!


Also, a little interval of B&W in all the supersaturated nature colours lately.

Photo tip: when taking a picture of any critter, biped or otherwise, try to make sure there’s a little light showing in the eye. Eyes with light have sparkle and life; eyes without light appear dead. Also, if you get nothing else in focus, make sure you have clean focus on the eye. One of the first things the human eye seeks out in a photo is other eyes.

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