Photographing your chickens: Julie Moore’s gallery

Take unusual shots

Take unusual shots - Credit: Archant

Last month Julie Moore gave advice on how to have fun photographing your chickens. This month, we feature some of Julie’s own superb chicken photos

Flair was so named because of her feathered legs - a statement of 70's fashion.

Flair was so named because of her feathered legs - a statement of 70's fashion. - Credit: Archant

We feature some of Julie Moore’s superb chicken photos...

Sharing intimate photographs of your flock may inspire others to reflect and view chickens in a diff

Sharing intimate photographs of your flock may inspire others to reflect and view chickens in a different light from the harmful stereotypical images that contribute to their abysmal status in our society. - Credit: Archant

Capturing movement is one of the challenges when photographing chickens.

Capturing movement is one of the challenges when photographing chickens. - Credit: Archant

Capturing movement is one of the challenges when photographing chickens.

Capturing movement is one of the challenges when photographing chickens. - Credit: Archant

Capturing an intimate moment.

Capturing an intimate moment. - Credit: Archant

Tiger saw the camera lens as a "big eye" and was always ready to pose.

Tiger saw the camera lens as a "big eye" and was always ready to pose. - Credit: Archant

Get down so that you are on their eye and beak level to capturetheir perspective of how they see the

Get down so that you are on their eye and beak level to capturetheir perspective of how they see the world. - Credit: Archant

Holding the camera low, I managed to get this "lottery-burst" shot.

Holding the camera low, I managed to get this "lottery-burst" shot. - Credit: Archant

Planting creates a tunnel effect.

Planting creates a tunnel effect. - Credit: Archant

Breaking the photography rule of shooting into the sun.

Breaking the photography rule of shooting into the sun. - Credit: Archant

Shooting in low light? A slow shutter speed of 1 second will give a ghost effect when the hen moves

Shooting in low light? A slow shutter speed of 1 second will give a ghost effect when the hen moves . - Credit: Archant