More Tips for Capturing Whitetail Deer

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To capture the Kansas whitetail deer, you need a sturdy blind and a lot of patience. In this video, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes cover in a camouflage blind and waits quietly for the deer to appear. Rutting season is in full swing, and the bucks are romancing the does in the safety of the woods. Aiming his 500mm lens through the peephole, he captures beautiful images of deer in motion and in portraits. He even photographs a bobcat prowling around the blind. He also tells you about the lessons he has learned in photographing wildlife over the years. Join pro Doug Gardner in the woods for this wonderful wildlife adventure.

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