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CAPTURE WILDLIFE AND ITS SEASONAL ACTIVITY

Wildlife is a challenging yet rewarding subject, and in autumn you can take amazing wildlife shots in your back garden, the local park or one of the many deer parks up and down the country. Deer are an incredible subject at this time of year, but smaller animals such as squirrels, hedgehogs and wildfowl also make exciting images, and are much more accessible.

For these smaller animals, shooting from a laying position or low to

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