Outdoor photography makes a photographer’s job a lot easier. Most of the time (unless it happens to be a bad weather day and you have to take the picture anyway) the nature lighting, the backgrounds and all that makes your job so much easier.
Set Up Shots Ahead of Time
Having a plan for the type of shots you want to take is important for outdoor photography. Test out on a different day the different settings for your camera, and check the weather so that you will know what type of settings you’ll need to use.
Use Your Autofocus
Using autofocus doesn’t mean you’re a bad photographer. Predictive autofocus works for birds or any animal moving. You can lock on the image before you take the picture so that you can track the movement before you take the shot.