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If you are an action/sports/wildlife photographer, then this has been the Photokina of your dreams. Seriously, almost every company has put out something aimed at the specific needs of the action/sports/wildlife photographers out there.
National Geographic Was Once Disgusted With Wildlife Photography
In 1888, a magazine for distinguished businessmen, explorers, scientists and scholars was founded: the National Geographic; this magazine wasn’t exactly what it is today though, all those stunning photographs were once criticized.
5 Wildlife Photography Tips for Beginners
This tutorial will run you through my top 5 tips as a professional wildlife photographer for anyone thinking of, or starting out in, this field.
Wildlife Photographer Captures a Mother’s Grief When Hippo Realizes Her Baby Is Dead
Wildlife photographer, Neal Cooper, hosts photography safaris in Africa, so seeing majestic wildlife is part and parcel to his daily work. A recent experience during a photographic tour rendered an experience that was different and heartbreaking as nature demonstrated that a mother’s love is just as potent in the animal kingdom. As is a mother’s grief.
Tips on Hunting Wildlife with a Camera with Charles Glatzer
Charles Glatzer shares with us some tips on how he captured some of his amazing wildlife shots.
New Tamron 150-600mm: A Budget Wildlife Photographer’s Dream Lens
We have talked about the new Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lens a few times now since its release. The new lens, pricing in at just over $1,000, looks to appeal to hobbyist and semi-professional wildlife photographers who need the extreme reach of 600mm at a reasonable price. But how well does the lens stack up against the competition?
How To Identify Birds In Your Images | Wildlife Photography Tips-n-Tricks
It should be no surprise that if you are just getting started doing wildlife photography, or birds specifically, that you may not know all of the species that you are capturing. Even an avid bird photographer sometimes needs help identifying birds that they have captured in an image.