The hardest part of wildlife photography is finding a subject and getting close to it. In our latest Shoot Like A Pro post on wildlife photography made easy we show you how to get prepared to bag the best shots possible before you head out.
In the latest instalment of our Shoot Like A Pro series on wildlife photography, we explain how to find photo locations that guarantee you great shots with minimum effort.
Wildlife photography requires patience and finely tuned approach. In our Shoot Like A Pro series on wildlife photography we’ll show you a series of simple techniques that will help get you closer to the animals you want to photograph and never miss a shot.
Whether you want to banish camera shake in low light or avoid scaring wildlife, here are four simple ways to fire the shutter without touching your camera.
Want to shoot winter wildlife photography but not leave the comfort of home? Find out how to stay warm – and well hidden – and hone your bird photography skills on the many birds that are active in your garden this time of year. Bird photography isn’t just for dedicated wildlife photographers with expensive cameras [...]
In our latest photography cheat sheet we’ve put together handy flowcharts to take you through shooting four of the most common environments in which you’ll shoot wildlife photography: wildlife parks, wild mammals up close in their habitat, wild birds in sunlight and shade, and garden wildlife.
Nothing’s more annoying than shooting zoo photography finding that highly reflective glass ruined your photo. Follow this simple method for capturing animals through glass and you’ll get great results every time.
Find out the best camera settings to use for bird photography, whether you’re shooting static birds or seeking pictures of birds in flight.
Animals make great subjects, but they’re not always easy to photograph, even in captivity. That said, zoos and wildlife parks are great places to hone your wildlife photography skills. They allow you to get closer to the animals than you would in the wild.
Do you need some positive reinforcement with your wildlife photography? It can be one of the more frustrating genres you’ll attempt to photograph.
Subjects aren’t often there, let alone staying in one place for your camera. And they’re often at their most active at really inconvenient times of the day!
To help you along we’ve put together this handy wildlife photography cheat sheet with some great tips on how to shoot some of the more popular subjects in wildlife photography, such as seasonal animals like deer, insects and bugs, birds in motion and underwater creatures.