The Art of Photographing Wildlife

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Learn to take wildlife photos like these in our new 70 page eBook guide! Price: $9.97 USD Add to Cart

Price: $9.97 USD Add to Cart
In the first eBook published by Camera Labs, discover the techniques behind capturing great wildlife photos. Mike Kiss is an expert wildlife photographer based in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada, and in this eBook explains how to approach and photograph different types of animals, birds and marine life while always respecting the environment.

The Art of Wildlife Photography consists of 70 pages split into sections dedicated to photographing birds, small animals, large animals, insects, marine wildlife and urban wildlife. In each section Mike explains the challenges of getting great images with the minimum environmental impact and takes you behind the scenes of his excursions and shoots.

In the final section he covers the choice of equipment, how to cope with different weather conditions, and ensuring your safety along with that of the subjects you're photographing. Throughout you'll see over 100 of Mike's photos making this a great eBook for anyone interested in becoming a better wildlife photographer, or who simply enjoys natural beauty.

Details: Price: $9.97 USD / 70 pages / 35MB / downloadable PDF format (viewable on any device which can open Adobe Acrobat PDF files. Includes desktop and laptop computers and tablets such as the Apple iPad).

Sample pages from the eBook - click to view larger versions

Photographing Birds: How to approach, stalk and photograph birds. Considerations for flocks and raptors.

Photographing Small Animals: Techniques you should use for smaller animals, amphibians and reptiles.

Photographing Large Animals: The best approaches for larger animals including bears and ungulates, herds and predators.

Photographing Insects: How to take great photos of insects including butterflies and shooting at exhibitions.

Photographing Marine Wildlife: The practicalities of photographing surface and underwater life. Includes dedicated section on Whales.

Photographing Urban Wildlife: Making the most of wildlife opportunities closer to home, including backyard, zoo and national parks.

Filling-in the blanks: Choosing the best lenses, bags and tripods. Additional sections on composition, weather, safety and ethics.

A message from the author:

There have been many books written in the past on wildlife photography with the majority focusing on camera gear and the settings required. It was my aim to portray wildlife photography from a different point of view. That being the interactions with wildlife and how to get into positions which will get you the best shots possible, because let’s face it, you can be the best photographer in the world but if you do not understand the environment you are in or the habits of the species you are after you will rarely get into a position to get the shots you want.

Mike Kiss

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