George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography
Following on from a previous blog post of low-key owl portraits, here are some more photos shot in low light with Teaching Talons. This time it’s a set of more exotic species, comprising reptiles, amphibians, and insects.
Chameleon Close-UpA Veiled Chameleon, head-on, photographed in low-key lighting against a black background.
Chameleons are fantastic subjects to work with, and offer some wonderful expressions.
Fine Art Nature Photography, photographed locally with Teaching Talons under controlled conditions.
This is Cham, the Veiled Chameleon. What a star she was. Chameleons are great posers. We all read charisma into their seemingly considered postures, and of course, they are able to change colour to convey mood and even more character….
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