Wildlife and bird photography have Scott Keys thinking a lot. Here is a quick thought video that asks for your personal answer to a simple question: what is your intent with wildlife photography?
Category: Wildlife Photography
Photography in the Far North of Iceland
Thomas Heaton has an excellent video featuring landscape photography and a wildlife expedition to the Hornstrandir nature reserve in Iceland. Heaton travels from Reykjavik to Hornvik with the goal of photographing wild arctic foxes and beautiful landscapes with a Nikon Z7 II and a selection of lenses.
How to Take Great Photos in Dull Conditions
Many photographers only look to shoot with perfect conditions, even though dull conditions shouldn’t be avoided in photography. In this video, Nigel Danson explains how to get the most out of any grey day.
Tripod Photographer Goes Handheld: Antarctica Photography
In this video, Courtney Victoria ditches the tripod for some handheld landscape and wildlife photography in the most incredible location: Antarctica. With a Nikon DSLR setup and tripod, Victoria experiences heavy winds, moving boats, and waddling Gentoos on a once-in-a-lifetime photographic experience!
The Beauty of the Unknown – A Perfect Morning’s Bird Wildlife Photography
One of the joys, and indeed frustrations, of Wildlife Photography, is never knowing what you will encounter in the field. In this frosty morning vlog, Paul Miguel has a fascinating photo session and two extraordinary encounters!
The Best Cameras for Wildlife Photography
Wildlife is a challenging subject to photograph, and few cameras are up to the task. Chris Niccolls walks you through his picks for the best wildlife cameras at three different budgets. 0:00 – Intro 0:54 – $1000 Picks 5:03 – $3000 Picks 9:30 – Money’s no object picks 12:40 – The wrap
One Important key to Success in Bird Photography
This is a nice wildlife photography video by Trond Westby where he talks about his one key to success in bird photography. Here is what he has to say about it: One important key to success in bird photography is knowing your subject. The whinchat is a bird that nests in areas with low vegetation….
Urban Wildlife Photography
This is a nice wildlife photography video by Trond Westby where he tips and tricks for taking wildlife images in the city. Here is what he has to say about it: This video show that you don´t need to travel to the end of the world to get cool wildlife photos. You can do wildlife photography…
The BEST Wildlife Photography Lens – Canon 600mm f/4L
The beauty of wildlife photography surrounds the ability to try out gear, specifically lenses. Nevertheless, Mango Street recently did a video where Daniel rents a Canon 600mm f/4L to try and capture some wildlife. Check it out!
What PROS Don’t Tell You About WILDLIFE Photography
Duade Paton has a video that discusses what pros don’t tell you about wildlife photography. It makes for a fascinating video, especially if you have a lot to learn about wildlife photography. Chapters 00:31 Soft Shots Are Normal 01:29 Fail #1- Forget to Call Wife 01:59 Setup Shots 03:57 Fail #2 – Charging Batteries 05:14…
Wildlife Photography in Kanha National Park
Kenneth Lawrence recently did a video detailing Wildlife Photography in Kanha National Park. Lawrence set foot in the enchanting forests of the park, with a total of five days and eight safaris, here’s bringing you some of India’s precious wildlife
Wildlife Photography for BEGINNERS
What’s the best way to expose your images when you’re new to Wildlife Photography? If you’re a beginner, Paul Miguel has a video discussing the exposure mode they think you should use and why. Check it out!
How To Achieve the Correct Exposure Every Time for Wildlife Photography!
Here is a very useful video from Duade Paton where he explains how to nail exposure for wildlife photography. In the video, he does an in-the-field demonstration with numerous tips. For more articles & videos on wildlife photography, CLICK HERE.
Unique Pet Photography in the Studio
From the B&H Photo Video Writeup: Brent D’Silva will showcase some of his recent work photographing unique pets, like scorpions, frogs, reptiles, snakes, lizards, birds, and more. Together, dive into lighting techniques, editing and retouching, camera gear, and more. By the end of the webinar, you can expect to be ready to launch your own…
Nikon 800 PF Review For Wildlife Photography
Steve Perry is probably my favorite wildlife photography teacher on YouTube. In this video, he reviews Nikon’s new 800mm f6.3 lens for the Z-System. As you’ll see in the video, Steve is very impressed with the lens. I already preordered mine. If you’re interested in more articles and videos on Wildlife Photography, CLICK HERE. *Lens…
10 Wildlife Photography REGRETS – DON’T make These Mistakes like I did
This is a nice video by Kevin Nordstrom where he talks about ten different mistakes he’s made over the years regarding his wildlife photography. Here is what he has to say about it: We All have regrets in life. Photography is no different. Today I spill my biggest regrets in wildlife and nature photography over the…
Nikon Z9 and Z 400mm for Wildlife Photography in Scotland
Morten Hilmer has a great video of wildlife photography in Scotland featuring the Nikon Z9 and Z 400mm. In Scotland, Hilmer pursues wildlife photography and landscape photography with Nikon and a film crew from Beyond Content. The point of the trip is to make content for the Nikon Europe YouTube channel and to try out…
The Difficulties of Bird Photography
Bird photography is an effort not every photographer is prepared for, no matter how confident they might be with wildlife photography. Regardless, above is a video from Richard Birchett discussing the difficulties of the matter, and why they love it so much regardless of the results.
Editing Wildlife Photography With Kristi Odom
Post-processing is an essential makeup of the photographic process, with B&H Photo Video having a fantastic video on editing wildlife photography with Kristi Odom. Odom details editing her images taken at Yellowstone National Park. Check it out!
Butterfly Photography Tips & Techniques
There’s an excellent article by Bart Heirweg over at Picture Correct where he’s writing about how to better photograph butterflies. In his butterfly photography article, Bart offers up numerous tips and shares some of the techniques that he uses to capture these beautiful insects. Check out Bart’s article on Butterfly Photography by clicking on the…