Wildlife photography made easy: simple secrets for getting close to animals

Wildlife photography made easy: simple secrets for getting close to animals

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.

Take sharper shots

Great shots with superb composition and perfect metering can be easily totally ruined by a lack of sharpness.

Essential advice on carrying your tripod

Lugging your tripod over field and glen between suitable shooting locations is tedious.

Shutter speed tricks to improve your flowing water pictures

A photo of a running stream, a babbling brook or a cascading waterfall can be transformed from a mere snap into an atmospheric masterpiece.

Take landscapes with impact

Want to improve your landscapes simply and effectively? Of course you do!

Position your hide properly

Prevent your subject from seeing and hearing you. Keep the noise and movement from you and your SLR to a minimum.

Take your sharpest photos ever

From tripods to cable releases, we give you the best advice to help you take the sharpest shots ever There’s nothing better than checking the LCD on your camera after a shot to reveal amazing composition and light. And there’s nothing worse than checking the sharpness back home on the computer and seeing a blurred… Continue reading

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