And now for something a little different 🙂
Sometimes I think one of the best ways to get better at wildlife photography is to study how other photographers approach their shots. You know, what settings they use, why they use them, what they are thinking in the field – that sort of thing.
So, I decided to try to do that with this presentation.
In this video, we’ll look at eight of my images from my recent trip to Tanzania (I had about twenty-five I wanted to share, but I doubt anyone wants a two hour video) and I’ll share my settings along with why I used them. Not only that, I’ll also share the challenges of each shot and how I handled them in the field. This is a little different; let me know in the comments if you want me to do more of these kinds of videos in addition to my regular fare. Enjoy!
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