Photography tutorial: Wildlife Photography – Intro

Wildlife Pictures Video Score: three / 5

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| November 14th, 2012 | Posted in Fire Fish Gallery |

24 Responses to “Photography tutorial: Wildlife Photography – Intro”

  1. kwertful Says:

    ok i’ll make a facebook page

  2. WillsTechTutorials Says:

    Why don’t you create a facebook page which has all of your photography on and a link to istock? I have co developed some software which you can upload your photography onto a google map called wildlifepanorama()com its not quite finished yet, but were hoping eventually it will be a good way to promote your wildlife photography.

  3. kwertful Says:

    yeah but no ones bought!

  4. WillsTechTutorials Says:

    Have you tried submitting your images to istock photo?

  5. kwertful Says:

    Hi great video, I’ve taken lots of wildlife photography. Any ideas on how to promote it? I would eventually like to be able to sell my photography and travel around the world taking pictures.

  6. mrdinh1 Says:

    nice work on your website sir

  7. QQQQcon Says:

    most of the time no, I generally like to move around too much for a tripod. but if the wildlife is relatively still then I may use one

  8. Mordhelm Says:

    Do you use tripod for wildlife photography ?

  9. tourdumondiste1 Says:

    3:42 Fly faaaaaart

  10. LimitMediaCrewHD Says:

    you shud come to Norway=D

  11. QQQQcon Says:

    that will work. the d90 will work with just about any lens, the d5100 needs an af-s lens to auto focus.

  12. tabl10s Says:

    Wildlife Refugee?…Bwahahahaha! Refuge is what you want to say.

  13. sowmithrii Says:

    And also for wild life photography… will D90 do good ? with Nikon AF (not AF-S) 70-300 mm VR lens.

    So confused with these AF & AF-S…
    If I take D5100 and an AF lens.. will it work or I must go with AF-S
    If I take D90 will AF lens work ?
    Will 70-300mm lens good for home photography (portraits) too ?

    Please let me know dude…

  14. sowmithrii Says:

    Hi…
    Saw few of your other videos on Nikon D7000. Those are great. Thanks for that.

    When i have seen the pictures taken from both D7000 and D90 (online).. I found like D90 is having more sharper and detailed pictures than D7000. Even D5100 is having more sharper pictures over D7000.
    Could you please suggest for which one picture clarity is more.. as i have not used any DSLR by hand.

  15. MexicaliBenchmark Says:

    Come on! you get it too easy! here in Mexico to take a photo of a bighorn sheep you have to hike like 3 hours, sit down for some like another 3 hours in the desert with 113 Farenheit! and if you dont have a good lens something like 20x sorry about your pic, those national park make it look like you are in the zoo -__-

  16. QQQQcon Says:

    that is because your a dip shit faggot

  17. bscamtip Says:

    OH CRAP I GOT SCARED AT 3:42

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  19. Steve Staples Says:

    Great info thank you
    Regards
    Steve
    UK

  20. ranarohit755 Says:

    Hey, have you considered “MagicSFXphoto” (just google it)? There you will find a useful free video explaining how you can take outstanding photos. This made it easier for Daniel to take pictures which leave you with that wow-effect when you take a look at them. I hope it helps you as well…

  21. startphotography Says:

    Nice video. Keep ‘em coming.

  22. Donald Oberloh Says:

    If your relying on a Canon, or any other piece of equipment your in need of some lessons. A good photographer with a Nikon 300 will out shoot an average wannabee, with any camera. When money is no object move up to the medium format Hasselblad.

  23. Christopher Oneil Says:

    good stuff. I agree with you.  I started in nature photography. Just started doing portraits, but nature photography is my love. You do great work.

  24. QQQQcon Says:

    just about any DSLR would be good for nature photography.