Canon EOS — Wildlife Photography Tutorial with Chris McLennan

Wildlife Pictures Video clip Rating: four / five

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| December 21st, 2011 | Posted in Fire Fish Gallery |

25 Responses to “Canon EOS — Wildlife Photography Tutorial with Chris McLennan”

  1. CanonAustralia Says:

    Thanks for your question – please refer to 2:45 in the video - we have put a link to ND Grad filters for you. Cheers.

  2. WildlifeObsessed Says:

    Apologies if this is dumb Q, but ‘ND grad filters’ is or are what ……. ?

  3. CanonAustralia Says:

    Hi there – thanks for your feedback. A simple UV filter will suffice to stop sand and dust from affecting your lens. You might also want to think about ND grad filters – to help you soften out the harsh light from the sun. Good luck!

  4. WildlifeObsessed Says:

    Excellent. Advice and content without being single Solution biased. Love any input regarding Filters. For a forthcoming Safari – Namibia in Oct/Nov. biggest Issue is sand and dust, but not wanting to compromise colour etc through wrong choices. Thanks

  5. CanonAustralia Says:

    Hi there – have you heard of the Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM? We would recommend that lens for you at this stage. Let us know how you go.

  6. Drew Cavanaugh Says:

    I am a professional fishing guide here in central Florida and I would like to be able to get high quality shots of my clients catch along with being able to take outstanding pictures of the wildlife here on the refuge. Can you suggest a great overall lens? I have a Canon EOS  XSi 450D.
    Thank You.

  7. Christopher Nielsen Says:

    Great inspiration!

  8. XxetcherxX Says:

    I’m 18 years of age and aiming to take up photography at university, during the long wait this summer for my exam results I’m wanting to photograph all over Britain and this video has given me the last push and boost of inspiration I needed, thankyou.

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  10. CanonAustralia Says:

    Hi there – it does depend on what you want out of the cameras. Do take a look at our website for more information:

    Do let us know how you go.

    The Canon team.

  11. nima0071 Says:

    would you say to get the canon 1DX or the canon 1D mark 4 for the wildlife photography?
    or the 5d3?

  12. PixelOrgy Says:

    i luv this guy so much, just the way he talks n the aura he projects. wht a great artist!!

  13. Foto101tutorials Says:

    Great video

  14. zacsg1 Says:

    no prob, great video BTW 😀

  15. CanonAustralia Says:

    Thanks. Yes, the EOS 7D has a burst rate of 8fps. Apologies for this. Please check out our website for more details of the EOS 7D: Cheers, the Canon team.

  16. zacsg1 Says:

    The 7D is 8 fps is it not? :s

  17. Michael Rowlandson Says:

    I must say, thank you Canon for providing the equipment I need in order to make a living from my passion. Currently am saving up for a 500mm f4 as well as the 1dX. Thank you Chris McLennan for providing some awesome insight into the world of nature photography.

  18. CanonAustralia Says:

    It is a proboscis monkey. Cheers, the Canon team.

  19. CanonAustralia Says:

    It depends on your gear and level of expertise. If you want full control, then MF will be the way to go. Cheers, the Canon team.

  20. Warren Chua Says:

    What do you guys suggest I use? What do professional photographers use Af or Mf ?

  21. Jeffry Suryono Says:

    Thank you for sharing.

    What is the animal call at 5:26 ? Thanks

  22. Roger Dodger Says:

    You’re a cool guy man. Way to go out and live the dream.

  23. TheSnaunner Says:

    You are lucky for what you do. You should be grateful! Awesome vid!

  24. sticustom Says:

    Thanks Chris for sharing your world, tips and advise. Beautiful photos.

  25. mctoddjoj Says:

    Woww.. There’s no way Nikon can compete with the pictures that i saw..!! Amazing..