This pronghorn’s photo was taken from a car in Wyoming. The author used the roll bar in the vehicle to help stabilize the camera.


Outdoor Photography is More Akin to Hunting

Text and photos by Dana Benner

Before I became a hunter, and long before I started writing, I was a photographer—an outdoor photographer in particular. I couldn’t stand, and still can’t, to photograph static stuff. I could have made a great deal more money photographing people (weddings, family portraits and the like), but money, while nice, wasn’t my driving factor. My intent was focused on documenting the “wild” world around me. My go

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