My Encounter with a Fox Kit
Here is a little news for you. I have always been a guy who likes to practice a continuous learning mindset and all these years have gone by and I have not entered the photoshop world. Until now.
I could go into a long list of reasons why I never used photoshop but that could take hours. Instead I will tell you why I opted to go with the platform. Many of you may not be aware that I am now working with Canon and I have been accepted into a development program that enhances the careers of many talented photographers. In short I was considered to be talented enough to invest in. Doing my thing, my style, and going in my own direction, was the rteason I was accepted. A very good friend of mine who works at Canon, and is a spokesperson for the company advised me to go ahead and do the photoshop thing. With all that out now, I want to touch on the topic of wildlife photography. I see several photos on social media and here is the constant. The subjects are so far away that you literally can not see any detail or hardly can tell what the heck the subject is. In short, just stop. Take it from me, It does you no good to post stuff like this. Hit me up if you would like to discuss this topic.
My opinion, if you are going to do this, incorporate some real outdoorsman skills and put those skills into practice. If you get really good at this you might just have an encounter like this. Nice to meet you Fox favorites By far, my all time favorite wildlife image.
Just saying. Be the wildlife. 15 yards and face to face. I can tell you what the Fox Says.
Nice to meet you.
Take care and Stay safe.