6 Wildlife Photography Mistakes EVERYONE Makes! (OK, almost everyone!)

Are you blowing it?

Over the years, I’ve witnessed (and committed) my fair share of wildlife photography mistakes and there are six of them that I see over and over. These wildlife photography mistakes often seem minor at the time, but they can have a devastating impact on the quality of your wildlife shots.

In this video, I’ll talk about the most common six mistakes wildlife photographers make – and what you need to do to avoid them. Check it out and take your wildlife images to the next level 🙂

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Nolan Pentz Martinez
2 months ago

Great tips, Steve! We all know these mistakes, but sometimes we still make them, myself included. It’s easy to get sidetracked by other things and lose focus 🙂 /Nolan

2 months ago

Great sharing

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3 months ago

Thank you for producing such a fascinating essay on this subject. This has sparked a lot of thought in me, and I’m looking forward to reading more.

Notar Wesseling
3 months ago

Thanks for sharing this interesting content. Looking forward to making some adjustments to my photography soon.

Drive Mad
5 months ago

Thank you for sharing this useful post. These photo mistakes are made by most people. We should modify it to get better and better photos

Daniel Closser
5 months ago

Incisive tips for photographers who are good but strive to be excellent–for photographers who want to produce “photographs” instead of “snapshots.”