Picture taking tips:

  1. Make sure the tongue is not hanging out.  If it is, tuck it in or cut it off.
  2. Wipe off as much blood on the deer and your hands.
  3. If you're taking pictures after you've gutted the dear, cover up the blood on the cavity with your backpack, bow, gun, leaves or other natural habitat. Having the bow/gun on the deer is visually appealing.
  4. To make your rack look the largest, take the picture at the level of the deer’s nose. (i.e. you will have to kneel or lay down).
  5. Take lots of pictures from different angles to capture different sides of the antlers.
  6.  If you have face camo on make sure to get a few pictures without it on.