21 Helpful Tips to Improve Your Wildlife Photography

Wildlife photography is a challenging genre that often requires strong technique, specialized knowledge and equipment, and a lot of patience. Whether you are a new wildlife photographer or a longtime pro, this excellent video tutorial will give you 21 tips sure to help you create more compelling wildlife photos. 

Coming to you from Perea Photography, this awesome video tutorial features 21 helpful tips for improving your wildlife photography. Annoying as it can be, one thing that can improve your work is to simply be willing to shoot in less-than-ideal weather. Particularly in a genre in which you will often find yourself sitting in one spot for hours at a time, it can be pretty unappealing to sit in the rain or cold for so long. In addition, you will often have to take additional steps to protect your equipment. However, if you are willing to do all that, you will often be rewarded with unique images augmented by dramatic skies, sparkling moisture, and beautiful shafts of light. On top of that, animals interacting with the elements can be dramatic, interesting, or even humorous. Just make sure you are properly prepared to handle the conditions. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Perea. 

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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