published September 26, 2008 by

Tips for Taking Photos from the Field

It’s no secret, the ultimate goal when deer hunting is to to take a monster buck. A deer hunter’s pursuit of a trophy whitetail is a year-round expedition. From spring food plots to summer scouting to hunting hard once the season begins, the process is arduous — both physically and mentally.

But even with all of this hard work, the chances of setting up on a wall-hanger every time you hit the stand are, at best, slim. Luckily, plenty of other entertaining opportunities exist in the outdoors even on mornings when the Arkansas deer aren’t stirring. All you need is camera and a “picture-perfect” Arkansas outdoor setting. Read more in the Arkansas Photography Techniques Forum.

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