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Field Notes: Experienced Wildlife Photographers Share the Story Behind the Image
David and Pui Hang Miles reveal how they took this beautiful photo of an Arctic ground squirrel, or as the Inuit call it, a siksik. Included is the equipment they used and the camera settings.
Wildlife Photography Tips: Photographing Chimps in Uganda
Mark A. Fernley photographs common chimpanzees, which along with the infamous bonobo, are the closest living relatives to the human.
Cat Photography: In Pursuit of the Pallas Cat
Joshua Holko shares his expedition Diary: photographing the small wild cat that lives in the high steppe regions of Mongolia, that most people have never heard of.
Bird Photography: Photographing Flamingos
Jasmine Callen describes her wildlife photographic journey in the Camargue region in the south of France photographing the indigenous flamingoes.
Editor's Choice of Reader Submitted Wildlife Photographs
WP Editor Bill Gozansky showcases the best images submitted by readers from around the world.
Wildlife Photography Tips: Photographing Smaller Creatures
Bill Gozansky reminds us not to overlook the little things in wildlife photography. It isn't just about the megafauna.
Professional Wildlife Photographer Critiques Reader Submissions
WP editor and award-winning professional wildlife photographer Bill Gozansky provides pro tips and advice on reader-submitted wildlife photos - how to take your wildlife photo compositions from good to great.
African Safari Wildlife Photography: A Once in a Lifetime Wildlife Photography Experience
Nick Dale takes us on an epic 122 Day African Safari, teaching photography and taking pictures at four lodges owned by &Beyond in Tanzania and Cottar's in Kenya.
Wildlife Photography Gear and Life: 10 Questions with Gary Meredith
Gary Meredith, a professional wildlife photographer, reveals about what gear he can't live without, what's inside his camera bag that would surprise you, his top locations, tips, and the shots that he wishes he captured, and much more!
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Category: Arts & Photography, Travel & Destinations
Publisher: Wildlife Photographic Magazine
Published: Bi-monthly
Language: English
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