Stumbled upon this guy traveling through Grand Turk. 😁
I really enjoy playing with color but is it typically less desirable in nature photography to do this? I know over editing is not the best but what are your opinions on color that is less realistic in this genre?
Finally got myself a 150-600 Sigma and these are some of the results from its first outing. It's a steep learning curve and so different from shooting a static model in a studio!
The first is a Siskin, fairly common bird in certain parts of Scotland and the other is the Siskin showing just how aggressive it can be, seeing off a Chaffinch...
I never really shoot wildlife but I was out for a walk and had my 55-200 mm fuji lens with me when I saw these birds sitting in this beautiful tree. I really like them for just an impromptu bird shoot, I think I'll go back this week and try again.
This pair of eagles have been using this nest for a few years now. They have started to do their upgrades to nest to make if better for when the young ones arrive in 3 or 4 months. In this shot, it was almost as though they stopped for a minute to bond.
Camera : Nikon D5500
Lens : Nikorr 200-500mm
Aperture : f/5.6
ISO : 100
Shutter Speed : 1/400
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This is one of the very firs photos that I took of a long tailed tit. This is the cutest bird I photographed so far.
I wanted to share a story about one of my first real experiences taking photographs on wildlife. At this point, I was not only trying to figure out how to take compelling pictures, but how to interact with my subjects respectfully. This experience helped shape the way I view wildlife photography and the ethics I follow every time I recreate in...
It's just a cute goat. ;)
Edit: Are pictures from zoo animals welcome in this group? I have some to show, but I don't know, they aren't really "Wild" life...
Yesterday I woke up earlier than usual and could not sleep further. The weather was relatively bad - no rain but lots of clouds, and before sleeping I was watching at a youtube video by Morten Hilmer, my favourite wildlife photographer. I restarted the playback and after a brief time I realized that I should instead turn off the laptop and go...
Hey guys, I picked out two of my best shots from my trip to Montana this year. I feel like they are some of my best, but I feel like I have plateaued and am looking for areas I can improve in. I'd love to know your thoughts on them!
I found this Pronghorn while visiting Yellowstone (not a very hard thing to do), and luckily it it had...
Recently took this image on an open-air safari at The Wilds in Cumberland, Ohio. The Wilds is the largest wildlife conservation center in North America and is often used for breeding purposes and studying natural behavior.
The mindset I had while snapping this image was to make it as natural as possible for the viewer while striking a...
Trying to figure out if the background is too busy with lilies etc but kind of difficult to get the Heron and lose the background.
At Katagamuwa sanctuary - Sri Lanka, I got a chance to witness a mother monkey expressing her unblemished and caring love towards her child. Humans aren't the only living beings on this planet that are capable of showing love and compassion. We can find much greater love and compassion in the wild as this picture depicts. This pure motherly...
I took this photograph in Florida recently. I really like the composition and the texture of the Pelican's skin is incredible! Let me know any thoughts you have!
I was almost disappointed to take a trip around for that day but lucky caught this petronia and a few more clicks which really made my day.