The activity in the forest is finally back, and many birds have returned. As a result, in this relaxing POV nature photography video, Olle Nilsson takes the A7IV + 200-600 G OSS out in the field to try and capture what they see. Check it out!
Does gear matter for Wildlife Photography? There are situations where your equipment will make a difference, but it isn’t everything. Check out this video from Paul Miguel to learn more!
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?
Paul Miguel reveals his biggest lighting secret for better wildlife and nature photos, and you can do this with any camera. In this photography tutorial, Miguel shows you how to use natural light to create a unique balance in your images.
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!
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
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….
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…
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
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!
Who doesn’t love a Nikon Z 400mm f/2.8 TC for wildlife photography video? In the video, Ray Hennessy explains how they’ve had some time to get out and enjoy this new lens for bird and wildlife photography, sharing what they think about the Nikon Z 400mm f/2.8 TC lens.
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.
Steve Perry is one of my favorite wildlife photography instructors. In this video, Steve gives some great tripod tips for the wildlife photographer. I think you too will enjoy Steve’s straightforward, concise delivery as I do.