Photography tutorial: Wildlife – Equipment/Camera Settings

Wildlife Pictures Video clip Ranking: 4 / five

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| November 16th, 2012 | Posted in Fire Fish Gallery |

25 Responses to “Photography tutorial: Wildlife – Equipment/Camera Settings”

  1. TheNikonic Says:

    Hey how about a D3100 and 55-200

  2. mnoneup Says:

    Yes it is 🙂 Thanks so much!

  3. QQQQcon Says:

    it would definitely be a good setup if this is your fist dslr.

  4. mnoneup Says:

    Would the Nikon D5100 with the 55-300mm lens be good for wildlife? Im thinking about buying it but im not sure

  5. AlexT1994 Says:

    I hate when the thumbnail is different from the video :/

  6. harshanack Says:

    What kind of a Lens you are using in this video?

  7. harshanack Says:

    What kind of a Lens you are using in this video?

  8. jmstew0319 Says:

    Just forget that part about JPEG. Always shoot RAW.

  9. jmstew0319 Says:

    You lost me at JPEG.

  10. mrwtsfhc Says:

    I viewed some of your galleries, and the picture of the fox with the snow on his nose is by far my favorite, excellent photos!!

  11. journeyquest1 Says:

    The best place i have found to find wildlife is Tijuana.  I have been to Bryce Canyon and Glacer National Park and Yosemite and Sequoia and……..Just wish i had had better photo equipment then.

  12. AlexT1994 Says:

    Did a fly fly past the mic or something at 1:04?

  13. QQQQcon Says:

    any equipment is good when you just start. Your setup is fine. Once you become more serious with your photography you can choose a camera that suits your needs better

  14. Veldranian Says:

    Oh awesome 🙂 What do you think about my euipment?

  15. QQQQcon Says:

    I just upload five new videos, three of which are photography tutorials. I will be uploading about 15 new photography tutorials in total before the end of june.

  16. Veldranian Says:

    Hey is this equipment I’ve got ok for a beginner I have a canon 20d with a 90-300mm lens. Like I said on my other post these videos are amazing. plea make more 🙂

  17. Veldranian Says:

    Amazing videos is it possible to make any more they really help 🙂

  18. Willlikesludwig Says:

    Go for the Nikkor one!

  19. pixelcomet Says:

    dark video? video postproduction is the key 🙂

  20. 00hmath00 Says:

    Great Video!!! Learned alot. I’m saving up for a canon 7D do you recommend?

  21. pianoman6639 Says:

    Really enjoyed this,informative easy to understand and the presentation really works for me many thanks will put this onto my favs for future reference
    Thanks again

  22. QQQQcon Says:

    I am not sure. It looked great on the video lcd.

  23. qChurchy139q Says:

    why was the video so dark?

  24. shadalala Says:

    hey man u become skinny then before

  25. TheSupasimon Says:

    yah it will a 600 f/4 will cost a shit load of money a 50 1/8 wont nearly cost as much but other than that yah