Published in Camera Skills
Discover the tips and tricks that’ll stand you in good stead when you’re looking to get some cracking closeups of damselflies, writes Andrew James. All you need is a slow flowing river or stream – and of course – a means of getting to the reeds in comfort, such as a pair of waders. Jon and I headed to our nearest damselfly hotspot to film a session photographing them.
Chris Bennett (CB)
How very timely. I was out this morning looking for damselflies and dragonflies with the curator of the Hertfordshire recordings of odonata
“Odonata” – very posh and proper.
Very professional video, love to see the outtakes!
What, like when I drop my camera in the river? 😉
Have to admit I spent most of the video panicking that you didn’t have a strap on the camera!
😂 could happen but I hate straps
Well, that would be a start🤓
That’s the type of video you get in camera magazines. An enjoyable, useful clip. Ta
A version might end up in one, you never know 😉