FreeSoul1987 wrote in post #18170575
Question on other stalkers' preferences, do you prefer to find a good spot to sit and wait, even for hours or do you prefer to quietly move through searching for the deer?
Me - I have to move, searching for them. Sadly I don't have time or the attention to really sit for long hours waiting for that deer to come along.
I move. The only reason I can see for sitting in one place, in a blind, is if the deer are super-skittish, and very afraid of man. But, if they are, then I'm probably not going to get very good pictures even if I sit and wait in hiding. Why? Because getting good photos means paying a lot of attention to composition, and making sure that I line the deer up with the best possible background, or position myself so as to best take advantage of the ambient light. That can't be done from a blind, as one needs the freedom to move about in order to accomplish these things.
I may, from time to time, stay put for a while and wait for a deer to come into an area. But once a worthy buck does come into that area, I then move about so that I can get photos from the best possible position.
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