I’m in no way an expert in photography, in fact I am always learning something new.
But, if you have been viewing this site and are new to wildlife photography and want
to get better results, practice is key. From my experience the best way learn about
photography is to find a subject you enjoy and then take some pictures. Today digital
cameras allow you take as many shots as you wish and then instantly review them,
very quickly you can see your mistakes and correct them almost at once. When I started
some 35 years ago this was not possible, so the learning process was long and costly.
You don't need an expensive camera either as little point & shoots take superb
close up images of insects and flowers, I know quite a few people who use compacts
as well as high end cameras. If you have any questions about images on my site and
or how they were taken I would be only too pleased to help