Wildlife photography workshop focussing on wildlife photography techniques and post processing in lightroom and photoshop.
About Wild Photography
Don’t burn your fingers by seeing some Established Pro Photographers posing with an Array of Prime Lens! They should be doing Photography for years and would be earning money out of it.
I would like to start by saying ‘Getting a camera’ is not the starting point of becoming a wildlife photographer. The meaningful starting point to become a wildlife photographer is to be a wildlife lover. Unless you love what you photograph, you can never be a successful wildlife photographer.
You would have probably seen a photograph where the background is almost black and it feels like the subject is lit. No doubts, the technique used is negative exposure photography. Using negative exposure photography, you can make the background fully black or partially black; but it is not easy as it sounds since this can’t be achieved just by setting in your camera. We need support from the subject and environment also to take a perfect negative exposed photograph.
The art of capturing birds in flight is one of the toughest technique to master. Secret is even experienced wildlife photographers struggle to master this.