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    So I use a Canon EOS Rebel T3i and I would like some tips on taking photos of wiggly snakes (and animals in general). I have a 35 mm lens and a 500 mm lens, plus a tripod and multiple light boxes (my mom is a professional photographer so I have access to her photography studio and equipment). I'm okay at photography as I'm taking a class, but I would like some tips especially from people who are experienced in animal photography. Thanks

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    Just take plenty and delete the rubbish ones, it's so hard to capture decent pics sometimes especially when they don't keep still, luckily most of my boas are quite chilled and don't mind me getting the camera out up close

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    Forget the 500mm lens, you're going to have to shoot from your neighbor's living room. You need to be close by when they decide to scape.
    Select a hight shutter speed ej. 1\125, the rest is to play with aperture and ISO to get proper exposure.
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    does anyone have tips for better composition cause mine sucks. my mom's comp is PERFECT but she never has time to show me so I have to learn myself

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