Re: Become A Better Glasser
Not saying that he was super specific in saying that you should always glass top to bottom or bottom to top, but the human eye is more adept to scanning left to right and right to left, like reading a book, or scanning the horizon, or using our peripheral vision. I will do the grid pattern the exact same way, but scan left to right, then go up a half of frame, then back right to left. and keep doing this until I've covered all of the terrain that I need to look at. Also, at least when I'm hallway through, or even every 1/4, I'll stop looking through the glass, and just look with my naked eyes around to see if something jumps out at me that didn't through the glasses, like a buck up close. This is also the time to let your eyes rest. When I'm all done doing the grid, I'll go back over and follow all of the horizon lines looking for animals that may not have been there a few minutes ago; IE, the ones that just are coming over, or have just made it to the skyline, as they are easily identified against the sky. Just my .03 cents.