10 Pro Secrets For Wildlife Photographers

Want to learn ten rapid-fire wildlife photography tips that’ll make your success rate higher (and your life easier) the next time you’re in the field? In this video, I’ll share ten killer tech tips that every wildlife photographer should know for consistently capturing the best possible images on every outing. 

Check it out – it’s the best 11 minutes you’ll spend watching a video this week!

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Jeff
Jeff
2 months ago

Hi, I really like your video’s. I’m sorry if you have touched on this before, but when do you take your VR off? I get mixed reviews of when to turn this off outside of mounting it on a tripod.

Philip Witt
Philip Witt
6 months ago

thanks very helpful ,, got any tips for low light Ie here in the UK

Gilles Cloutier
Gilles Cloutier
7 months ago

Great tips for the pictures I take. Thanks.

Gilles Cloutier
Gilles Cloutier
7 months ago

Good tips for the pictures I do. Thanks

Pierre Guex de Rumine
7 months ago

Great tips and very correct for all of us.

Chris
Chris
7 months ago

Great tips, Steve! Many of these are embedded in your books and other videos but having them repeated and summarized is really useful. Must say, my favourite (and one that I am always using) is the ISO management. There isn’t always time to do this as well as I would like, but when the critter is cooperating I do try to drop my shutter-speed/ISO to secure the best quality. Thanks for this.
Chris

Ziggy
Ziggy
7 months ago

Invaluable practice wisdom. Thanks.

Ron Swanson
Ron Swanson
7 months ago

Thanks Steve for doing these short helpful reminders.

sergio Volani
sergio Volani
7 months ago

Always helpful!! Great video

Dave Lovelock
7 months ago

Great Video. Maybe your best

Bud Ralston
7 months ago

Another great video with valuable reminders!

Mark
Mark
7 months ago

Always love your tutorials. Thanks Steve !!!! Can’t tell you how many times I arrive at my shooting site…see something, get all excited…snap a few, and THEN think to check my settings….arggg.

Dan Brown
Dan Brown
7 months ago
Reply to  Mark

Me too

neil schap
neil schap
7 months ago

Thanks for this very useful video
Just out of interest – what microphone are you using?
Your sound is very good

Jim Descher
Jim Descher
7 months ago

Thanks a lot, Steve. It is so nice to have these simple reminders that we all forgot over time.

William J Littler
William J Littler
7 months ago

The tip on using a manual assist on prefocusing was an eye opener for me

William J Littler
William J Littler
7 months ago

The tip about using a manual assist to focusing was an I opener for me, Thanks

Herman Jakubowski
Herman Jakubowski
7 months ago

Steve what I like about your advice is that it is right to the point with easy to understand real life examples that anyone can relate to. We look forward to you sharing the knowledge you have aquireded.

christian Sommeillier
christian Sommeillier
7 months ago

Again, an excellent post with essential tips. Christian

Stephen Martin Beesley
Stephen Martin Beesley
7 months ago

Great tips. Thanks Steve. From Steve B in Cape Town

Ken Stickrod
Ken Stickrod
7 months ago

Very useful info as always….. THANKS!!

David Sneddon
David Sneddon
7 months ago

Excellent Steve and a brilliant invaluable aide memoir. Cheers mate can’t wait for the next set.

Gus
Gus
7 months ago

Another fantastic short but extremely helpful video ! I’ve improved my photography so much with your help.
Many thanks
Gus from Texas
Go Astros !!

Stephen D Stewart-Hill
Stephen D Stewart-Hill
7 months ago

Outstanding, and extremely helpful!

Saravana Raja M
7 months ago

Awesome

Jason
7 months ago

Cheers Steve, you are awesome