Michael Snedic explains the wildlife photography tips he uses to capture images of frogs and reptiles through digital macro photography.
People seem to have a fascination with frogs and reptiles. Unlike most birds and mammals, which tend to move around a lot, frogs and reptiles generally sit in one place, allowing a close-up view. This lack of movement makes for easier photography, but there are a number of mistakes people regularly make when shooting these subjects.

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