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Australian professional animal photographer Alex Cearns has traveled all over the world photographing animals. In this video, Cearns shares the seven essential elements you need to elevate your animal portraits. 0:00 - Introduction 2:04 - About Cearns 8:03 - What You Need to Take Better Animal Portraits 10:42 - The Animals Cearns Photographs & Her Gear 21:20 - Don't Overlook Easy Subjects, and Have Patience 26:49 - Practice Getting the Shot 31:25 - Anticipation & Timing 40:56 - Safety 49:25 - Review / When Things Go Wrong 55:43 -
From whales in the Arctic to lions in Africa, Frans Lanting has photographed animals and nature all around the world. Watch this B&H Online video and learn about some of his wildlife photography techniques and secrets, such as the camera modes he uses, the best times to photograph wildlife, how to pay attention to backgrounds, and other useful tips. What are your questions about taking pictures of wildlife? Post them in the Comments section, below. 0:00 - Introduction 0:24 - Tip 1 1:06 - Tip 2 2:04 - Tip 3 2:38 - Tip 4 3:15 - Tip 5 3:54
An expert on photographing dogs, Elias Weiss Friedman can hold the attention of multiple dogs in one image. In this video, he shares his dog-photography knowhow, including which lenses to use, the proper angle from which to photograph, ideas for posing, and other creative points. 0:00 - Introduction 0:14 - Tip 1 0:38 - Tip 2 1:27 - Tip 3 1:50 - Tip 4 2:30 - Tip 5 3:18 - Final Thoughts
Adam Goldberg shares five tips for photographing pets in the studio, from camera settings to unique composition. Do you like animals? Do you prefer them to humans? What are your own favorite tips for pet photo shoots? Let us know in the Comments section, below!
Wildlife photographer Kristi Odom goes into the thought process behind crafting an image that tells a story. From research to camera settings, you will learn photography tips for capturing the emotion in a nature scene. For more wildlife-related news and tips, be sure to check out the rest of Wildlife Week on B&H Explora! How do you bring out emotion in your own wildlife photography? Share your