B2 Use of English Multiple Choice Exam 5
The job of a freelance wildlife cameraman may (1) very adventurous and exciting but it can also be very demanding. You have to travel all over the world and (2) know where you will be the next day. You will need to work on average over 300 days a year and get very little free (3) to enjoy the normal pleasures of life, but the upside is that you get to see your work on television. One of the most (4) aspects of this job is keeping your sense of humour under sometimes difficult circumstances. Some things to bear in mind if you would like to do this job. (5) animals don't usually get too close to the photographer so you need to rely on a good quality lens that will enable you to get as close to the subject as possible. Living and moving animals are very (6) to photograph and you are likely to have many misses when trying to take your pictures. To improve your odds, you need to have a camera that has a quick shutter speed. Finally, you will need lots (7) patience. Animals are very sensitive to the slightest movement . As you take your photographs, try to move your camera and your body as little (8) possible to avoid scaring away your subjects. But there are very few jobs more satisfying than this one.
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