Wildlife

Bird Photography by Chris Morgan
Bird Photography: Here is an amazing collection of macro bird photography by popular photographer Chris morgan. Macro bird photography of humming birds is quite difficult to capture as these birds are so little and don’t have the patience to po
Bird Photography by Zack Seckler
Bird Photography: Taking close up shots of birds needs a lot of patience, patience and patience. You can't expect these birds to pose for you bring forth your bird photography talents. In this post we have included 20 Stunning Bird Photography by Zack Seckler for your inspiration. Zack Seckler has a way of expressing the beautiful side of life through his bird photography series. He had taken these photos both in and out of the studio and picked the best out of the 100+ photos he had captured which forms the best of his bird...
Wildlife Photography by Paul Joynson-Hicks
Wildlife Photography by Paul Joynson-Hicks: Paul Joynson Hicks is a London based photographer who was born and brought up in Sussex. After completing his school, he joined in what he was passionate about and that was photography. He initially joined as an assistant to photographer Angelo Valentino. In 1993, he got his first commission work for travel photography to Uganda and when it was published in 1994, it was a huge success. From 1998 he has lived and worked at Da es Salaam with his photography business " Blue Mango...
Frog Photography by Wil Mijer
Frog Photography by Wil Mijer: Wil Mijer is a macro photographer from Netherlands and has a soft heart for the colourful tropical frogs. According to Wil Mijer's biography,"I like to do macro photography and will try to make a little dream from every picture.I’m very small and in my work everything is small too". Eventhough frogs are ordinary, they are profoundly versatile, since they can easily adapt themselves to water and land. A few frogs can burrow tunnels, while others emit harm or rest through super cold...
Wildlife Photography
Wildlife Photography: Have you ever considered wildlife portraits? Well if you want to achieve in the wildlife photography, you need to have eye level contacts with the animal subjects. Tripod works best for animals which stay on the ground or on tree tops for atleast sometime. Most wildlife animals tend to flee, when they hear a sudden movement. So it’s important to act stealthy and allow the wildlife animals to gain confidence in you. Wildlife photography sometimes makes you go on all floors in a slushy place or you might...
Animal Photography
Animal Photography: It’s quite difficult to make the animals stay still while you try to show your creativity in Animal Photography. Well animal photography doesn’t have to always start with the wildlife, you can start taking pictures of your pets and once you are comfortable, go out in the wild. Pet animals can always sense their master’s feeling, so while taking pictures of your favourite dog or cat, make sure you are completely calm and not showing any signs of nervousness. Once you are comfortable, try to...

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