Over the last year, ePHOTOzine has provided tips and advice on photographing all types of wildlife. As a result, we've put together a top ten list of the wildlife photography articles you guys have looked at the most.
Photographing birds in flight (BIF) is a skill that often requires a good overall knowledge of both the subject and your camera system. In this article Ted Byrne provides you with tips, tricks and advice you'll need to capture birds in flight successfully.
Photographing birds in your garden isn't as simple as just grabbing your gear and dashing out into your garden to photograph them. It takes a lot more planning, observation and above all, patience to capture that perfect shot. To help you improve your technique, ePHOTOzine member Cheryl Surry shares her knowledge in this article.
Photographing these birds in their natural environment takes a lot of patience and you need a very long lens. However, birds of prey centres can provide you with opportunities to get closer to these creatures, making it slightly easier to capture interesting shots. In this article ePHOTOzine member Linda Wright (bzbee
) shares her tips on photographing at such locations.
Photo is by Linda Wright (bzbee
There are ducks, geese and swans at the local park, duckpond, river or reservoir waiting to be photographed and as most get fed by people, they're slightly easier to photograph than some other wildlife. In this article we list tips on what gear you'll need, what time to head out and suggestions on camera controls.
Photographing your pet means you don't even have to leave your own house or garden if you don't want to. However, just because you know your subject doesn't mean it'll be a straight-forward job photographing them. So, if you're looking for advice on how you can improve your pet portraits, have a look at our basic tips.
Photo by Daniel Bell.
Feeding ducks is something everyone enjoys but next time you head off for your Sunday morning stroll around your local pond, pocket your camera as well as the treats you take for the Mallards and Swans.
Want to know where to go to photograph wildlife and how to do it once you're there? Have a read of this tutorial. Among other things there's advice on gear choices, tips on shooting through cages and information on focusing correctly.
With over four million nesting pairs of Robins in the UK, it's hardly the most difficult bird to find, and garden birds like the Robin make great photos, especially in cold weather when there might be some snow on the ground. This tutorial's written by photographer John Gravett of Lakeland Photographic Holidays.
Hummingbirds aren't something that will be landing in many of our gardens any time soon. However, when you're on your holidays or visiting a zoo, you may get the opportunity to photograph them. Ted Byrne put this article together after visiting the US where he got the opportunity to photograph a hummingbird garden about 100 metres from his hotel door.
The red squirrel is an icon of British Wildlife and due to their rarity and cuteness rate highly in the top ten species for most Britons. In this article, ePHOTOzine member Cheryl Surry shares her red squirrel photography expertise to help you gain the knowledge you need to produce a good red squirrel shot.