About Wild Photography
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Wild Photography intends to spread the love for Wildlife and Nature.
See and download amazing wildlife pictures, learn wildlife photography and tons of tips to enjoy your wildlife vacation at right cost.
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Tiger (Panthera tigris) is Nation’s Pride and the most prestigious Icon of India. Not because Tiger is the national animal, but for the ‘Wild Attitude’.
Tiger is a majestic animal with sheer aggression yet walks the jungle with elegance. Tigers love water and they are great swimmers. Tigers can fight to death to guard their territory and only during the heat for a period of a month or so, male and female tigers come together. Tiger never hunts in pack and they hunt alone. The only documented exception is a group of four tiger siblings of Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) who hunted in a pack for survival.
An aggressive male tiger can hunt alone and bring down a fully grown male gaur (Indian Bison). Watching wild tigers at wild is nothing short of a nerve breaking experience and rush of adrenalin. That wild experience of watching tiger at wild never hits boredom.
An Editor reviews millions of images as a routine. When an Editor appreciates an image, there is certainly something unique.
Let’s find out, what’s so special?
The wildlife moments across this gallery is a collection of wildlife moments appreciated by the editors. Photographic community of millions across globe considers ‘Nat Geo Your Shot‘ as the most challenging forum and has the quality of the highest order. Specifically, this collection has only images favorited by the Nat Geo Editors. Each image has something special, has a story to tell and each image in it’s way has portrayed the beauty of wildlife.
All free content to see, read and download for personal use only. Spread the love for wildlife!
Wildlife destinations have so many and each has so much to offer. Travelogue and tips from the wildlife photographers who has been there already will be so crucial to get most out of your wildlife vacation.
Browse through free content on how to start photography, choosing the right camera and lens, wildlife photography tips and techniques, field guides and nuances of wildlife photography.
Browse through multiple categories and hundreds of wildlife pictures. You can just see and enjoy the pictures as well as download them for free to use as your desktop wallpaper or as a mobile screensaver.
Wild Stories from Indian Jungle, Wildlife Travelogue, Nuances of Wildlife Photography and much more…