This video will hand hold you in becoming a Wildlife Photographer! In this video, you will learn the key to take a sharp image and a perfect shot!
How to start wildlife photography?
I am going to explain you the 3 Pillars of Wildlife Photography – ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed.
Do you face any of these issues? then this video will fix these for you.
My photos are not creative!
My photos are not sharp!
My photos are blurred!
My photos are noisy / grainy!
My photos are dark!
My photos are washed out!
My photos are not looking good!
My photos does not look like lively!
My photos are boring!
My photos lack that wow factor!
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Welcome back to Wild photography. I’m sure you enjoyed the last two videos on how to start Wildlife photography and how to earn from Wildlife photograph.
Now you’re getting started with the basics of wildlife photography and I’m all excited to hand hold you through out this wildlife photography journey.
This series of video three pillars of wildlife photography. There will be 5 videos part of the series and the first one being the introduction which is what I’m going to explain you now.
The pre-requisite learning before you see this video is how to start wildlife photography if you have not seen this video. I highly recommend you go through the video before you start watching this video so that you will get the continuity of the topic and if you want a link to that video I’ve just given a down in the description of this video itself. So, please watch that and then you can come back and continue watching this video.
ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. There’s a chance you may know this already and sometimes you may be using it already as well.
But it is still worthwhile or to go through this video and specifically the next slide I’m going to explain about some of the common issues faced in wildlife photography and if you can relate to some of those issues I would highly recommend that you watch this series and I’m sure you will get some learning from this video series. ISO equals to sensitivity.
Aperture equals to depth and Shutter speed equals to freeze. I’ll be explaining about this in detail on those individually videos:
- What is ISO
- What is Aperture
- What is shutter speed.
Why these three pillars are crucial?
Before I answer this just let’s hear some of the issues faced in wildlife photograph.
- My photos are not creative.
- My photos are not sharp.
- My photos are blurred.
- My photos of noisy and grainy.
- My photos are dark.
- My photos are washed out.
- My photos are not looking good.
- My photos does not look lively.
- My photos are boring.
- My photos lake that wow factor
Are you facing anyone or multiple of these issues, because of this issues have you gone ahead and upgraded your camera but still you’re facing these issues then that is a very high probability that your understanding of ISO, Aperture and shutter speed has to be revisited. This video series is going to help you do that.
ONLY WAY TO TAKE A PERFECT SHOT
Now this also put across one more question how to take the perfect shot.
The only way to take a perfect shot is not behaving and very expensive camera or upgrading your camera lens every now and then but, it is the right combination of aperture shutter speed and ISO and a perfect focusing technique and exposure would result in a perfect shot.
I’ll give you one small example two of my good friends in my network. Both of them went to a jungle Reserve in India. Both of them saw a same moment and both of them click the same moment at the same second both of them submitted the images to a global competition. One of them a bag the silver medal in that and one of them didn’t even qualify to the final. It is a same moment but the differences the settings used by both of them are completely different, one elevated the moment to a next-level itself.
The other one unfortunately didn’t. I’m not talking bad about him but I’m trying to explain you why this combination is important to ensure you are taking that perfect shot which you are happy about.
3 PILLARS OF WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY
Summarize what we have seen in this video is the introduction to the three pillars of wildlife photography and as I said there are four more videos in the series namely:
- What is Aperture
- What is shutter speed
- What is ISO
- How to control aperture shutter speed and ISO
Thank you so much for watching this video. If you have any questions related to this content please feel free to leave me a note at the comment section and I would be glad to answer them back to you and the rest of the four videos part of this three pillars of wildlife photography series would be uploaded in the coming days as well.