There is an old adage amongst photographers that says that the best camera is the one that you have with you. In most cases these days, that’s our smartphones, which have actually evolved into pretty good cameras over the years. But, they are not always the best for shooting images of wildlife, thanks in no small part to their lack of a true zoom lens. In this video, photographer, writer, and adventure traveler Wes Siler shares some tips and tricks for getting the best shots possible using a smartphone as your primary camera.
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