wildlife

  1. Bryan Pereira

    Leopard posing

    Nikon d850 500mm f5.6 1/1000 iso 1400 From my feb safari, one of my regular leopards
  2. Tailgunner

    Adult Bald Eagle Incubating Eggs

    An adult Bald Eagle in what I believe to be week 5 of incubating eggs. Its hard to tell if its a female or male, the two will trade off occasionally and their nearly identical birds. Here the Eagle is either waiting on some food or a shift change...or both. Nikon D500 w/Nikon 200-500mm...
  3. jeadows

    Nikon or Canon, something else or nothing?

    Afternoon everyone. I've been thinking about upgrading my Nikon D3200 at some point (not the immediate future, I need time to save and do homework) and mostly shoot and enjoy wildlife, especially macro. Primarily I'd like advice and recommendations for a camera that would be best suited for...
  4. LK_Nature_Photography

    Hello I´m new here, who am I, some pictures, why I´m here...

    Hello everybody! My name is Leon Kiss (Kish on Hungarian) and I want to be a professional wildlife/nature photographer. I´m from Serbia, I´m half Hungarian, I live now in Germany and I speak Serbian, Hungarian, German, and English. I bought my first DSLR camera last year in August a Canon 70D...
  5. mdsphotography

    Why Me?

    Hello and thanks for taking the time to stop by. New to the Forum and to Photography. Well I, like pretty much everyone else here, have been taking photos for many years but it is only about the last 6 months that I started looking at it more seriously. This photo was taken awhile ago at our...
  6. B

    Question Re: remote pressure pad or trip wire photography

    Hi. This is my first time on your site. I am hoping to find an answer or suggestions to my question. I want to set up a remote camera but NO infrared. So I can not use a modern trail cam. Also need to capture night activity. Does anyone know how to set up an old film camera (or video cam) or...
  7. B

    Question Re: remote trip wire photography

    Hi. This is my first time on your site. I am hoping to find an answer or suggestions to my question. I want to set up a remote camera but NO infrared. So I can not use a modern trail cam. Also need to capture night activity. Does anyone know how to set up an old film camera (or video cam) or...
  8. pondsedgephotography

    The diving carnivore

    Managed to walk right up on top of this Crested Caracara. She really wasn't worried about me for several minutes, then she decided to head off to a nearby feast.
  9. V

    New to Wildlife photography

    Hi all, I have been staying in Germany for the past 3 years. I am interested in going for a vacation trip within Europe for wildlife phottography. I have been taking pictures of nature as well as landscapes using my Nikon D5200 18-55mm. I am currently interested in exploring myself in the...
  10. nerwin

    Rain isn't going to stop this chipmunk!

    I was out taking photos in the rain yesterday and saw a family of chipmunks eating seed I accidently dropped all over the place haha. But this one in particular didn't care I was really close to him taking photos, he just sat there eating seed. Nikon D610 + 70-200 f/4 VR 1/125th, f/5, ISO 800...
  11. Bryan Pereira

    Gentle Giants

    The Elephants of Amboseli, Kenya number close to 1,200 and provide a great opportunity for photography. The area doesnt get as much traffic as Kruger or The Serengeti. Due to this they also tend to be calmer which is essential for close more emotional shots. The Mara is another great place I...
  12. C

    Wildlife Newbie

    Maybe this has been discussed before, however, I'm gonna ask... I would like to do some wildlife photography, just for my own use and enjoyment really. I have gone out a couple of times with little luck. I realize that its a "right time, right place" kind of thing. My question is, do you...
  13. nerwin

    I found Alvin again!

    Looks like Alvin to me. I had a hard time processing this photo, I don't know how many times I went back and fourth with color & black and white. It looks awesome in both. I went with color this time because it felt more natural to me with green and cement tones. Plus the color of the fur just...
  14. nerwin

    Who dat? - Chipmunk

    I'm surprised this chipmunk stuck around long enough to let me take his picture. Well, I kind of left some seed on the steps that he's been hanging around lately. I like this picture, thought I'd share it. Nikon D610 + 70-200 f/4 VR @ 200mm, 1/1000th, f/5 & ISO 280
  15. D

    New member!

    Hello everyone, I came here because I am interrested in photography. I prefer wildlife photography, especially birds even if they are hard to take on picture! Recently I made a Facebook page named "AD - Wildlife Photography". If you want to see my pictures and/or if you are interrested in this...
  16. T

    Any advices for a starting wildlife photographer ?

    I want to start wildlife photography and I wanted to know if profesionals have any advices or recomandations because I know that is a hard part of photography ,if you have recomandatins for gear ( I want to buy the tamron 70- 300mm F4.5-5.6 di vc usd) P.S: I'm beyond the basics
  17. JenkinsThePole

    What to get?

    Hi all, I'm new the world of photography and was wondering whats a good budget-friendly DSLR to get me started? Wildlife will be my main focus for now. Also, is it OK to buy used instead of new? I currently have a 12MP Sealife DC1200 (that was bought used) that I'll be using for diving this...
  18. A

    100-400 L IS USM mark I - still worth it?

    Hello everyone, the title says it all. I would need it for wildlife photos (of course :)). At the moment I have a 70-300 IS USM (not L) which is very soft, not happy with it anymore and need to step up. Is it still worth to purchase the mark I version of this lens? The mark II looks like a...
  19. Nature_Photo_Mastery

    Cute Baby Gosling Series

    In many cases I prefer to wear full camouflage outfits for photographing wildlife. One of the primary reasons is that it reduces the stress that is put upon the animal, which I believe is critical for ethical wildlife photography. This has the added benefit of resulting in more natural behavior...
  20. Kjar

    Red-shouldered Hawk

    I spent two days of camping try to get a good landscape photo with my new Pentax K-1. I was getting frustrated because it was too dreary and gloomy and I was getting nothing good. Then this guy showed up by my tent. I only have a telephoto lens for my Olympus Em5 MK 2. Sometimes bigger isn't...
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