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6 Tips for Capturing Character and Personality in Wildlife Photography

Digital Photography School Wildlife Photographers: this one is for you 6 Tips for Capturing Character and Personality in Wildlife Photography Wildlife photography is challenging, but if you want to take yours to the next level here are 6 tips for capturing character & personality in your wildlife. Read More at Digital Photography School

10 Wildlife Photography Tips for Fall

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 10 Wildlife Photography Tips for Fall Fall is here, and it’s that time when you might be thinking about checking off all the things you wanted to do this year but haven’t quite gotten around to yet—like capturing those self-promised stunning wildlife shots. Read More at Picture Correct

How to Find Animals for Wildlife Photography Beginners

Digital Photography School We write a lot about how to photograph wildlife… But the biggest challenge for many is finding animals to be your subject. Here are some tips. How to Find Animals for Wildlife Photography Beginners Finding animals is half the battle for wildlife photography beginners. Here are 5 tips to help you get started photographing furry and feathered critters. Read More at Digital Photography School

7 Tips for Better Marine Wildlife Photography

Digital Photography School Tips for taking Magnificent Marine Wildlife Images 7 Tips for Better Marine Wildlife Photography Whether you are photographing on shore or from a boat, there are a few tips that will help you improve your marine wildlife photography. Read More at Digital Photography School

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: This technique will help you create some images with …

Digital Photography School WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: This technique will help you create some images with impact. https://digital-photography-school.com/creative-wildlife-photography-using-rim-lighting/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Cartoon Trivia: Elmer Fudd Started Out in Wildlife Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Cartoon Trivia: Elmer Fudd Started Out in Wildlife Photography Once upon a time, Elmer Fudd was not a cold-hearted hunter, but rather a mild-mannered wildlife photographer—one of the many forms he would take on during his years as a rising star at Warner Brothers, which featured him in several cartoons: This is episode four of the original cartoon, titled “Elme… Read More at Picture Correct

Aggressive Chameleon by Louis Jorgensen: #wildlife #animals

500px Aggressive Chameleon by Louis Jorgensen: https://goo.gl/PGnio8 #wildlife #animals Read More at 500px

Coral C. Coolahan made this wildlife portrait for our “Adventure” theme during a…

Shutterbug Magazine Coral C. Coolahan made this wildlife portrait for our “Adventure” theme during a photo safari to Tanzania, Africa. Read More at Shutterbug.com

Sony Unveils the 400mm f/2.8 Lens, a $12,000 Sports and Wildlife Monster

PetaPixel Sony just brought out the big guns. Sony Unveils the 400mm f/2.8 Lens, a $12,000 Sports and Wildlife Monster Sony has just unveiled the long-awaited 400mm f/2.8 G Master prime lens. The E-mount ecosystem finally has a fast super-telephoto lens designed for sports Read More at PetaPixel

These Wildlife Photos Aren’t What They Seem

PetaPixel “These photos aren’t what they appear to be.” These Wildlife Photos Aren’t What They Seem My photo project Wildlife is a series of black-and-white film photos showing some of the most amazing and beautiful animals in the world. But these photos Read More at PetaPixel

Which would you choose for Wildlife photography?5 Lenses to Try for Wildlife Pho…

Digital Photography School Which would you choose for Wildlife photography? 5 Lenses to Try for Wildlife Photography >> https://digital-photography-school.com/top-value-lenses-getting-started-wildlife-photography/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Using a Wide-angle Lens with Wildlife for a New Perspective

Digital Photography School Wildlife Photographers: here’s some tips on using wide-angle lenses in your work Using a Wide-angle Lens with Wildlife for a New Perspective Tips for using a wide-angle lens to get more unique and interesting wildlife photos. Read More at Digital Photography School

Full Frame or APS-C for Wildlife Photography – Which is Best? Tom Mason has his…

Digital Photography School Full Frame or APS-C for Wildlife Photography – Which is Best? Tom Mason has his say ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/full-frame-aps-c-wildlife-photography-which-best/ Read More at Digital Photography School

The 4 Ps – Tips for Improving Your Wildlife Photography

Digital Photography School The 4 Ps – Tips for Improving Your Wildlife Photography 1. Preparation 2. Practice 3. Perseverance 4. Passion We show you how to do each in our tutorial below. The 4 Ps – Tips for Improving Your Wildlife Photography Taking photographs of wildlife can be one of the most exhilarating photographic experiences. Here are some tips to improve your wildlife photography. Read More at Digital Photography School

Comedian Conan O’Brien Makes Fun of the Stuffed Anteater Wildlife Photography Scandal

Fstoppers Even Conan O’Brien got in on the fun. Comedian Conan O’Brien Makes Fun of the Stuffed Anteater Wildlife Photography Scandal You may have heard of the scandal surrounding the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest held by the Natural History Museum of London, in which the winning photographer was disqualified after experts ruled he had used a stuffed anteater in his winning photo. The story has gained so much traction…. Read More at Fstoppers

Get Out of My Way by Julian Rad: #wildlife #cute

500px Get Out of My Way by Julian Rad: https://goo.gl/WzklJD #wildlife #cute Read More at 500px

Here’s something interesting for all you wildlife shooters from our friends at L…

Shutterbug Magazine Here’s something interesting for all you wildlife shooters from our friends at LensCoat. The LensHide covers you, your camera/video gear, and your tripod. Made from lightweight, breathable camouflage material, a large camo mesh-screen allows you to see your subjects while you are covered and out of sight and doesn’t obstruct your peripheral vision. Read more www.lenscoat.com. Read More at Shutterbug.com

How to Annoy a Wildlife Photographer

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Annoy a Wildlife Photographer It’s a fine day and you’re enjoying what you love: photographing wildlife. Then out of the blue, someone drops in to spoil your day. With an endless barrage of ridiculous questions and remarks that fluctuate between the mundane and the obnoxious, the pretentious nature lover manages to kill your app… Read More at Picture Correct

Looking for a wildlife lens? This could be the one for you. Article ️

Digital Photography School Looking for a wildlife lens? This could be the one for you. Article ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/writers-favorite-wildlife-lens-tamron-150-600mm/ Read More at Digital Photography School

This Polar Bear Wants to be a Wildlife Photographer

PetaPixel “What… what is this composition?…” This Polar Bear Wants to be a Wildlife Photographer Israeli photographer and Nikon Ambassador Roie Galitz was recently testing the new Nikon 180-400mm f/4 lens in Svalbard, Norway, when he came across a polar bear who dreams of being a wildlife photographer. “As a professional wildlife photographer, I travel to Svalbard often to shoot stills and vide… Read More at PetaPixel

CAPTION THIS bear family photo by Tin Man: #cute #wildlife

500px CAPTION THIS bear family photo by Tin Man: https://goo.gl/P8PtEm #cute #wildlife Read More at 500px

Winning Wildlife Photo Disqualified Because Anteater Was Stuffed

PetaPixel Shame. Winning Wildlife Photo Disqualified Because Anteater Was Stuffed A winner of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year photo contest has been stripped of his award after it was discovered that the anteater seen in the photo is a stuffed animal that was Photoshopped in. Brazilian photographer Marcio Cabral had won the “Animals in Their Environment” categor… Read More at PetaPixel

Seals in the Isle of Skye. Photo by Ali Horne: #wildlife

500px Seals in the Isle of Skye. Photo by Ali Horne: https://goo.gl/B0sv2N #wildlife Read More at 500px

11 Tips for Shooting Great Wildlife Photos

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 11 Tips for Shooting Great Wildlife Photos In this video tutorial, photographer Jay P. Morgan shows us how to shoot beautiful images of wild animals without getting killed! Armed with his Tamron 150-600mm lens and a liberal amount of advice from his father (who shot for National Geographic), Morgan arrived at Yellowstone National Park and sh… Read More at Picture Correct

CAPTION THIS photo by Pedro Jarque Krebs: #wildlife

500px CAPTION THIS photo by Pedro Jarque Krebs: https://goo.gl/5OzuB2 #wildlife Read More at 500px

A deer spotted during golden hour. Photo by Mark Bridger: #wildlife

500px A deer spotted during golden hour. Photo by Mark Bridger: https://goo.gl/NYT3Qu #wildlife Read More at 500px

Love by Daria Huxley: #wildlife

500px Love by Daria Huxley: https://goo.gl/Bo7QdH #wildlife Read More at 500px

Wild elk roaming in Ennis, Montana. Photo by Rishad Daroowala: #wildlife

500px Wild elk roaming in Ennis, Montana. Photo by Rishad Daroowala: https://goo.gl/QYuQco #wildlife Read More at 500px

A musk ox bull caught in a blizzard. Photo by Roy Mangersnes: #wildlife

500px A musk ox bull caught in a blizzard. Photo by Roy Mangersnes: https://goo.gl/PYEgtW #wildlife Read More at 500px

Why and How to do Wildlife Photography at Eye-Level

Digital Photography School A simple tip that will add A LOT to your wildlife photography. Why and How to do Wildlife Photography at Eye-Level Sometimes the right camera angle is down low or up high. See how getting to the subject’s eye-level is effective for wildlife photography. Read More at Digital Photography School

Happy Fox is Happy by Roeselien Raimond: #wildlife

500px Happy Fox is Happy by Roeselien Raimond: https://goo.gl/4SbsdQ #wildlife Read More at 500px

CAPTION THIS photo by Norman Fairman: #wildlife

500px CAPTION THIS photo by Norman Fairman: https://goo.gl/tgH1oM #wildlife Read More at 500px

Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Ways to Improve Your Wildlife Photography Composition Composition in nature photography comes easy to some, but many new photographers struggle to find their balance. This is especially true where wildlife is concerned. There is a bit of false wisdom that says: “You should never put your animal right in the middle of the photo–only to the left or the r… Read More at Picture Correct

Power of horses. Photo by Chris Schmid: #wildlife

500px Power of horses. Photo by Chris Schmid: https://goo.gl/FLGp24 #wildlife Read More at 500px

5 Tips for Better Wildlife Photos

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “Really good photography relies more on composition, lighting, and sensitivity to your subject.” 5 Tips for Better Wildlife Photos Wildlife photography is a pursuit that can be challenging, frustrating, but ultimately rewarding to any photographer. The arrival of digital cameras has inspired a whole new generation of photographers to take an interest in wildlife photography. Most photography courses, workshops and books concent… Read More at Picture Correct

A young hedgehog at the edge of a pond. Photo by Jan Dolfing: #wildlife

500px A young hedgehog at the edge of a pond. Photo by Jan Dolfing: https://goo.gl/cGlHVQ #wildlife Read More at 500px

Black and White Wildlife Photography Techniques

PictureCorrect Photography Tips “My favorite color is white and my favorite color is black.” Black and White Wildlife Photography Techniques David Yarrow, probably the most easily recognized names in wildlife photography, believes in what Andy Warhol said: “My favorite color is white and my favorite color is black.” In this interview with GMAX Studios, he shares some of his secrets: Proximity and Ground Level Perspective When it comes to… Read More at Picture Correct

A wild eagle lifts off. Photo by Henrik Nilsson: #wildlife

500px A wild eagle lifts off. Photo by Henrik Nilsson: https://goo.gl/kOcfGc #wildlife Read More at 500px

9-Year-Old Photographer Wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award

Exposure Guide 9-Year-Old Photographer Wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award http://goo.gl/n2qyUH Read More at Exposure Guide

NASA Helps Wisconsin Monitor Wildlife With 5000 Remote Trail Cameras

Shutterbug Magazine Cougars and bobcats and bears, oh my! NASA Helps Wisconsin Monitor Wildlife With 5000 Remote Trail Cameras The state of Wisconsin is teaming up with NASA and the University of Wisconsin in a unique project to identify the state’s wildlife populations with the installation of 5,000 strategically placed trail cameras. The “Snapshot Wisconsin” initiative employs remote sensing satellites and a global crowd… Read More at Shutterbug.com

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