Birds can be skittish animals, which doesn't help us get photos of them. To get around this, I have started to shoot from a ground blind that I usually use during deer season. The results are astounding! The birds never know I'm there, which helps me get more natural photos. With a few easy steps you'll be a better bird photographer in no time!

Step 1: Materials

You don't really need much to make a good blind for photography. These are some of the things that I use for setting it up and shooting from the blind:

-Ground Blind (either homemade or store bought)
-limbs for extra cover
-a comfy chair
-camera (of course!)

Other helpful things include:

-remote trigger
<p>There are some really high quality blinds available for bird photography <br>these days. Check out Tragopan Photo Blinds: <br>http://photographyblinds.com/</p>
<p>enviar estilos de blinds birds photografies y precios me interesa bastante informaci&oacute;n para mercadear en Costa Rica. ...</p>

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