[Photos] Timing Is Everything: Animal Photography

[Photos] Timing Is Everything: Animal Photography

Animal photography requires a great deal of time, patience, and let's just say it ... it takes a bit of luck. This post has some of the best examples of perfectly timed animal photos which seem like pure luck. Most of these shots are so incredible that if you blinked you would have missed it! But as a popular saying goes, “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” What about you? What part does luck play in your photography? via BoredPanda

Photo by David Maitland
Photo by Urs Schmidli
Photo by Hakan Pekbelgin
Photo by Mahmoud Edeeb
Photo by Pam Mullins
Photo by Tustel Ico
Photo by: José Luis Rodríguez
Photo by Anders Grönlund
Photo by Yaki Zander
Photo by Vedran Vidak
Photo by yaki zander
Photo by cherly
Photo by Harry Roekens
Photo by Carli Davidson
Photo by Roeselien Raimond
Photo by Marina Cano
Photo by shimi eni
Photo by Eigil Rasmussen
Photo by Rick Ehrenberg
Photo by Geoffrey Baker
Photo by Peter Winnan
Photo by Peter Dam
Photo by John&Fish
Photo by Peter Dam

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Michael's picture

Some nice compositing...

John Godwin's picture

The first image in this series wasn't a result of perfect timing. I happened to read the shooter's explanation of it, and he states that he happened across this scene, and that he watched them locked  in that pose for over two hours. 

Also, this kind of thing is getting more and more common on FStoppers, and it doesn't belong. These "AMAZING EXMAPLES OF STUFF I GOT FROM FLICKR" posts are lame as hell, and as I've said before, I come to Fstoppers to be either entertained or educated. This provides neither. 

It wouldn't be so bad if you actually researched any of these shots or scrutinised them slightly before you throw them up. 

Good Work Man!! I Like! nuf sed :)