In Donald Jones 20-plus years of photographing wildlife, many things have changed. Cameras, lenses, the transition from film to digital. The deer have changed, too. Where they live, how they behave, what they eat. The list goes on. One thing that has not changed, he says, is the fact that action sells. And now, with advanced light meter systems, auto-focus cameras, and superb glass lenses, capturing action has become a whole lot easier. If you're not too awed by what you're watching, and have the wits about you to put your camera to your face at the right moment, you might come away with a winning image. Donald M. Jones
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