Wildlife photographers definitely have their work cut out for them as they must go to hard to reach places without distrubing the animals in order to capture the perfect shot. They sometimes sit for days in camouflage to best capture a certain behavior that can only be seen in the wild. Although I’m sure photographers of all varieties work hard at their jobs, capturing the beauty and curious behaviors of wildlife must be extremely difficult, yet rewarding.
Wildlife photographers have to do a lot to get a great photo, that is un-debatable. However, their job is incredibly rewarding, travel, excitement and possibly fame if they take one great shot. I would hazard a guess, that the photographers who actually feel like they are “working” the hardest are those that have to do children’s portraits at studios, where as the wildlife photographers might refer to their job as “play”.
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