If tripods and monopods don’t work for you when photographing fast-flying wildlife, try a BushHawk
Text And Photography By Alan Bowslough
Published October 1, 2008
Updated October 17, 2016
As an avid bird photographer, I’ve tried to photograph birds with big telephoto lenses. When I used film, I shot lots of pictures, but didn’t get many keepers. After I purchased my first digital SLR camera and had taken lots of travel pictures, I decided to try it out on the birds.
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