Photographing animals in the wild can be difficult and stressful for both the animal and the photographer. Try taking pictures from specially set up photo blinds to get up close and personal with your subjects.
Lighting conditions can be difficult in macro photography. Use these techniques to get the most out of your natural light to create stunning images.
Photo composition is a subjective decision, but there are some general guidelines that can help you. Wildlife photographer, Dave Welling, gives some tips on how to best align your photos to give them interesting dimension.
Looking for a way to change up your Landscape photography composition? Consider changing lenses (under certain conditions) for more interesting and detail-oriented photos.
When photographing small subjects like butterflies, you need to adjust your aperture settings for good macro images. Using the depth-of-field preview button will help you see what elements of the photo you are focusing on, so you can adjust your settings accordingly.
Often, photographers are tempted to focus only on grandiose and flashy landscapes. However, taking time to focus on intimate details can help you better portray the entire landscape.
Wildlife rescue facilities can provide photographers with the chance to document multiple stages in an animal’s life. By doing this, you can development many useful skills that are transferable to field photography.
Using different perspectives and angles can help alter the composition of landscape photos to better help draw the viewer into the image.
The sun is a light source that can create a variety of moods in photographs. By photographing the sun at different times and angles, you can create stunning outdoor photography.
The most important element of a wildlife portrait is choosing an effective focal point. To create more impactful images, you should keep the eye of your subject as the focus point of the photo.