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Spring Photography Tips: Baby Animals. #photography   #tips   #animal  
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oldshutterhand.com

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Quick Bird photography tips - how to make beautiful bird pictures ? what are the secrets of bird photography ?
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Mark Shoesmith

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Photography at the zoo can be a problem. Check out my #blog at www.shoeyphoto.com
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MyPhotoSchool

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5 Great Pet Portrait Photography Tips
Want to Take better Pet portraits? Its estimated we take a whopping 260 images of our pets a year. Here is how to improve your pet photography.
See ==> http://www.my-photo-school.com/2015/04/24/pet-photography-its-never-been-more-popular/
5 Great Pet Portrait Photography Tips As a photography journalist I get to see a lot of rather tenuous surveys from PR companies hoping to get column inches for their clients, but one from the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) recently caught my eye. NOAH, a trade body for animal medicine in the UK, surveyed 2,000 pet owners across the country. They discovered that the average pet owner takes a whopping 260 images of their pet a year! Even...
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Geoff Lawrence

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Close Ups - Moving Subjects

When photographing something like this bee you can't really use a tripod as they don't stay still for more than a few seconds at the most. I got this little guy with my macro lens. The best way to focus the camera, instead of trying to twist the lens barrel or use auto focus, is just to rock backwards and forwards on your feet. The depth of field is so shallow that the slightest movement will throw the subject out of focus. Be prepared for quite a few out of focus failures when you try to do this. You usually find that, just as you've got everything set up just right, he moves to another flower.
As you can see, I couldn't get the whole bee in focus, I was shooting at f5.0, so I went for the foreground and the eye as being the most important parts of the picture.

Tutorial Source: http://www.geofflawrence.com/closeups.html

#phototips #photographytips #macrophotography #closeup  
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Yep me too, but as long as you get one or two in focus that's all that matters.
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Uwe Skrzypczak

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FINISH … my new article "The Nikon D810 and the new Nikon AF-S Nikkor 400mm 1:2,8 E FL ED VR lens in a practical test in Eastafrica". Is this the dreamteam for us Wildlife photographer?
Read here the new article http://www.serengeti-wildlife.com/nikon-d810-und-das-neue-af-s-nikkor-400mm-in-ostafrika

At the moment, the article are only available in German, you can download this article in its original print layout as 200 DPI PDF. 

All photos © by +Uwe Skrzypczak 
WEBSITE: www.serengeti-wildlife.com
WILDLIFE WORKSHOP SAFARIS: www.serengeti-wildlife.com
My books: www.serengeti-wildlife.com

#SerengetiWildlife #serengeti #masaimara #africa #kenya #tanzania #kenya #wildlifephotography #wildlifephotos #photography #animals #wildlife #animalsphotography #safari #workshop #article #articles #photographytips #learn #nikonphotography #nikonphotographers #nikon #nikkor #D810   #nikkor400mmf28fledvr #nikkor400
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Lumusphoto

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Shoot animals the right way!
Here are our 5 ways to take better photos of animals and pets. Animal photography can be quite challenging. But animals like humans come in a different shapes
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Powerweave Studio

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Top 5 Tips for Wildlife Photography

http://ow.ly/zP7kn

# WildlifePhotography #Photography

Image credits: Will Nicholls
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Mayuri Patel

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its really interesting.
Tips To Be A Pro Wildlife Photographer
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Tips To Be A Pro Wildlife Photgrapher - Voniz Articles With the advent of affordable DSLR’s, photography has become one of the latest ‘cool’ all over the world. Having a DSLR and carrying it all around wherever you go is the latest fad
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May I please see what you are seeing? 
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Vipin Kumar

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Established in 1983, the #RajajiNationalPark paves the way for a rich bio diversity.

Plan your #Wildlife #Tours soon with http://goo.gl/l8iWV7
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How to take better photographers of your pets. 
Pets have always been a big part of my life, and are important members of many of the families I photograph. I encourage my clients to include pets in their photo sessions wherever possible. Animals bring a whole new dynamic to a family photo shoot, providing a focus for the children, and a great icebreaker …
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Alejandro Avampini

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.peninsulavaldes  Guía Virtual Gratuita. Conocer Península Valdés - Patagonia Argentina. 
A través de esta APP, podés visitar todos los atractivos turísticos que la región ofrece, desde tu dispositivo movil.
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Geoff Lawrence

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Photography_Tips #4
Composition - Using Diagonals

Setting your subject matter on a diagonal will almost always make for a more dynamic picture. Even if this is an invisible diagonal that draws your eye between two points. Move around the subject (not too close in the case of my crocodiles) and look for a diagonal.

The art of good composition is first of all choosing the right viewpoint, then placing the main elements where you want them in the frame and finally making sure that the cropping is to your liking, make sure that there is nothing untidy at the edge of the picture.

Tutorial Source: http://www.geofflawrence.com/composition.html

#photographytips #phototips #composition #diagonals #viewpoint #framing  
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Mark Shoesmith

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Shooting Photographs Through A Fence

Trying to make Photographs through a fence at the zoo can ruin your day, but there is a way. 
Trying to make Photographs through a fence at the zoo can ruin your day, but there is a way. It was in back in March when I visited the Port Lympne Reserve. It's an animal wildlife park in Kent. It's billed as an African Experience and considering you are in Kent in the UK it's pretty good.
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That helps alot.  I wouldn't have thought of the blur layer. Thanks.
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James Newton

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WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY

One area of photography that requires a high degree of specialization is #Wildlife Photography. The type of equipment that is deemed necessary to carry out this endeavor bears this out. A good camera, while important, is probably not the most important piece of equipment in the wildlife photographer's arsenal. Perhaps the most important piece of equipment is a good and fast long telephoto lens. Often the subject the photographer is shooting will be at distances too great to capture with a normal or even short telephoto lens. With a long telephoto lens the #photographer is able to place him or herself at such a distance to where the subject is not frightened or disturbed. High quality, fast telephoto lens can cost a great deal of money. Therefore it is better to start with a good telephoto lens in the medium price range. If the subject being photographed is somewhat stationary, it might be a good idea to use a tripod or even a mono-pod. A mono-pod has the advantage over a tripod it that the camera can remain attached to the mono-pod and be moved from place to place and put in position to shoot quickly. Normally when shooting wildlife you will want to isolate the subject from its background. This requires the use of a large aperture to blur the background. Depending on the subject, capturing a bird or animal at the "peak of action" is also very important. An example would be where an eagle is feeding her young. You would want to capture the event as the eagle passes the food from its beak to the young. One way to boast your chances of capturing the scene at the peak of action if to use your camera's motor drive or, what is known as, continuous shooting. In continuous mode, the camera fires off a burst of shots, perhaps 3 per second. Hopefully, one or more in the series will capture the scene just as you would have wanted.

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sally kim

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MyPhotoSchool

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Have you ever tried to photograph a moving object only to find it out of focus?  in this article we explain which focusing mode to used for both stationary and moving objects.

See ==> http://www.my-photo-school.com/2014/06/23/understanding-autofocus-sharper-shots-in-no-time/
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Just to be clear, can I set AF Servo to just a single focus point?
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