Featured Member: Patrik Lindgren
© Patrik Lindgren

Featured Member: Patrik Lindgren

What kind of photography do you do? Professionally I concentrate mostly on automotive and motor-sport photography. On a more personal level i´m a people person and like to take portraits.…

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The Car Blind

BigHorn Sheep, Bandlands
Big Horn Sheep, Badlands

Wildlife photography presents the nature photographer with many challenges. One of the foremost is getting close enough to the animal to create an effective image, while not disturbing the animal, affecting it’s behavior, or putting oneself in danger. Because wildlife is often most sensitive to the presence of things that look like humans or other large mammals, when possible many wildlife photographers will make use of a blind–a general term for any sort of structure, tent, or what have you, that renders the photographer less visible. Numerous styles of blinds exist, some are as simple as camouflaged tarps that disguise the form of the photographer, while some are elaborate structures. While dedicated blinds have their place, I’ve often had good success photographing using my car as a blind. (more…)

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