Animal behind a cage is annoying, but guess what, you need not to worry, with proper technique and camera setting, the cages (Bars) can rarely be noticed (see above photo). This what you need to do:
- You need a long focal length lens, I would say anything between 70mm and above
- Set your camera to APERTURE priority Mode (A) and Set it to the widest Aperture value, I would say something in the range of 3.5 Aperture and below
- Get as close as possible to the cage
- And take the photo
You will notice, because of the longer focal length of the lens and due to also the widest aperture, the CAGE (BARS) is barely visible in the photo. This way, it doesn’t even look as if the Animal was inside the cage, as far as you are concern, you took the photo at a wild safari trip somewhere. Below is another example of a Photo of Animal behind the cage that I have taken, as you can see barely signs of BARS
Hope you like this tip, let me know what you think and if you have any question let me know below.