I live in a city know for tourism, or at least as known as a city in michigan can be. This means that we have a large market for art and cultural products, of which I would consider framed photographs to be included. Much of my photography is nontraditional and while I think it will sell well in certain circles I think that supplementing it with nature photography is a smart move. Luckily I live in a wildlife rich area. One of the first things I've tried to do is take photographs of birds, specificly hawks and eagles which live in the area, however it's difficult for me to make time to actually go out and hunt photos. I also don't have a whole lot of free time as I'm a small business owner and avid martial artist luckily I know a place where I can always go to find baby critters.
This is a baby porcupine. I'm not sure if it's a male or female, so I'll call him a he for now. He's really young and still curious about the world. The grass itself was even new to him, but he was comfortable in this garden.
This little lady is a fox kit (apparently foxes don't have puppies because they are more closely related to cats than dogs) This red fox is too young even to have all of her red hair which I'm told will come in within a month or two.
In the following months I'm going to give some tips about how to make money off of this nature photography for me to do this i'll be trying several different tactics and doing a lot of research. This short entry is just to show you some of what I wil be selling. Of course I will put up a few more articles to showcase some of my other work.