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Wildlife Photography Tips. 9 Tips to help you out. 1. Know Your Gear. This seems self-explanatory, but you never know how long you have to take the shot. It might only be a few seconds, and if you need to mess with your settings, you’d better be able to do it without looking.

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Wildlife photography tips

Wildlife Photography Tips

9 Tips to help you out


1 know your gear

1. Know Your Gear

  • This seems self-explanatory, but you never know how long you have to take the shot. It might only be a few seconds, and if you need to mess with your settings, you’d better be able to do it without looking.


2 know your subject

2. Know Your Subject

  • If the animal has a specific pose or action you’re looking for, make sure you know what they look like when they’re about to it. Anticipate the shot.


3 work the light

3. Work the Light

  • This is harder than with people because you can’t move around as much, so anticipate the shots you’ll want and be at the right angle for them.


4 zoom in or get in close

4. Zoom in or Get in Close

  • Know how to compose your shot, but recognize that sometimes you want more scenery than you’d get with a zoomed-in shot, and sometimes you just want half the animal’s face.


5 get more than one

5. Get More Than One!

  • Shots of single animals are cool, but getting interaction in a group can be amazing.


7 get on their level

7. Get on Their Level

  • Getting low to the ground with a small animal gives a unique perspective, and getting up high with a tall one gives a unique shot!


8 be patient

8. Be Patient!

  • You can’t really pose an animal, so you’re going to have to wait…sometimes for a really long time. Wait for that shot, though. It’ll be worth it.


9 enjoy the shoot

9. Enjoy the Shoot!

  • Nobody will ever get the shot you’re going to get of these animals, but they’ll never have the experience you’re having, either. Enjoy your time with them!


Wildlife photography tips

  • Images taken from http://digital-photography-school.com/10-tips-for-improving-your-wildlife-photography/


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