Wildlife and Nature Photography Tips

Nature Photo Walk Report

Nature Photo Walk Report

One of the most beneficial filters to use when photographing landscapes is a Circular Polariser and this is one filter I would never be without. Below are some of the benefits of using one. Getting Rid of Glare I predominantly use a Circular Polarising...

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Watch Your Background

Watch Your Background

One of the most common difficulties encountered with wildlife is photographing them in low light, such as in rainforests or on days with dark clouds overhead, or even at dusk when they might become more active. It can be especially difficult to get decent...

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Painting with light

Painting with light

As far as a recommended camera goes for photographing wildlife behaviour, it is preferable to use an SLR (single lens reflex) camera. One of the reasons is that you are able to capture a certain behaviour the instant the shutter button is pressed and you...

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Teaching in Tassie

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Wildlife and Nature Photography
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- The Benefits Of Entering Photo Competitions

- Photographing Birds – Capturing Behaviour

- SLR camera versus Compact Digital Camera?

- Landscape Photography Tips – Sunrise Photography

- Top Six Photography Tips for Great Macro Shots

 

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