How to Photograph Birds in Flight.

How to Photograph Birds in Flight.

As I’m sure you know, freezing that bird whizzing past you can be one of the most satisfying things in wildlife photography. So today I’m here in Bristol City Centre to practise my techniques on some of our more common birds, and if I’m really lucky I might even spot one of our fastest and most ferocious species. So the first thing that you’re going to want is a nice, sturdy tripod and a smooth Gimbal head. These are really…

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Take Pictures of Wildlife in the City

Take Pictures of Wildlife in the City

More individuals than any other time in recent memory currently live in towns and urban communities. Anyway, rather than flying off to the Serengeti, why not shoot nearby? Here, untamed life’s tamer, more natural to your crowd, and right close to home. I’ve been fortunate enough to photo creatures in numerous urban areas everywhere on the world. In any case, Richmond Park in London is one of my preferred spots to see metropolitan natural life. I’m Sam Rowley here for…

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Camera Settings For High Quality Wildlife Photography

Camera Settings For High Quality Wildlife Photography

I am a firm devotee that effectively tweaking camera settings, and understanding their capacities, is pivotal to improving your natural life photography. This post goes past the essentials of basically realizing how to switch between Aperture, Shutter Priority and Manual or utilizing Back Button Focus. While accommodating, they’re only the beginning of maximizing your camera and creating better photographs. The accompanying camera highlights, tips and exhortation will assist you with tweaking your DSLR and empower you to respond quicker to…

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