Good wildlife photography may be a thrilling experience, but it requires a lot of good technique, understanding of how animals behave, and other factors. If you’ve been having any difficulties with your own photographs, this wonderful video lesson will provide you with ten useful ideas that will help you take your photographs to the next level of quality.
This excellent video instruction, which comes to us courtesy of Stefan Malloch, outlines ten methods to help you improve your wildlife photography. While there is much excellent advice in the movie, one that stood out to me was the necessity of simply being patient, which I found to be particularly true. I am the sort of person that wants to be on the go all the time, looking for a new viewpoint or composition, and looking for opportunities to take action. When it comes to wildlife photography, patience is required for a variety of reasons. While this method works well for many of the genres I photograph, it is essential when it comes to wildlife photography. It takes some time to get established as a non-threatening presence in a wild animal’s surroundings since many wild animals are extremely fearful and will flee at the least provocation. Observing and learning about the animals of interest can also assist you in better understanding their behavioral patterns, which will improve your chances of acquiring a keeper. The complete overview from Malloch may be found in the video embedded above.