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BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY in the forest | Wildlife photography behind the scenes – nikon z7, ftz, camouflage

BIRD PHOTOGRAPHY in the forest | Wildlife photography behind the scenes – nikon z7, ftz, camouflage

(Whispering) Oooh, I’m lucky, I’m lucky, I’m lucky… because… I have just heart it – up there… I’m going to photography that one… So, I’m ready. And I can hear them, and I have seen them. So, I’m eh… here, in Fosdalen, very close, very close, only 1 kilometre from my little farm, and… wow, …

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How to Photograph Rainforest Wildlife | Wildlife Photography Tips

– Hi, it’s Sam Rowley here for Nature TTL and I’m here today to show you how to photograph wildlife in a rainforest. (light uplifting music) A couple of years ago, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to work as a photographer for a peaceful eco-lodge in the heart of Madagascar’s rainforest. This …

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X-H1 : Martin Farkas&Martin Kopec x Wildlife -Proud of- / FUJIFILM

X-H1 : Martin Farkas&Martin Kopec x Wildlife -Proud of- / FUJIFILM

Nature is a source of power and an inexhaustible inspiration. Nature lets me forget about everyday worries. The unrepeatable moments that we are lucky to see are awe-inspiring and respectful. Capturing them is my passion, mission and pleasure. My name is Martin Farkas and I have been photographing wildlife for more than 8 years. For …

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Bison Baby & Boxing Baby Black Bear Cubs | Wildlife Conservation Photography | Videography Vlog

Bison Baby & Boxing Baby Black Bear Cubs | Wildlife Conservation Photography | Videography Vlog

H, This is Ricky Zen with In Living Focus “The fine art of conservation” . I’m in the Tetons as you can see behind me what a gorgeous gorgeous landscape this is and I’ve been filming all kinds of wildlife… Pretty awesome! Check out that behind me is that not beautiful… So let’s go! I …

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10 Wildlife Photography Composition Tips By Kathleen Reeder

Hi, Kathleen Reeder here to give you 10 wildlife photography compositional tips The first tip is above all else make sure that the eyes of your subject are tack sharp whether it’s the eye that’s closest to you or both eyes. And you’ll want to leverage the autofocus function your camera in order to do …