Wildlife Photography Workshop: Meet Rachel Sinclair
wildlife photography workshop
Meet professional wildlife photographer Rachel Sinclair as she takes iPhotography tutor Rebecca on an exclusive wildlife photography workshop around a zoo.
Rachel’s wildlife knowledge is second-to-none, so this is a great opportunity to get some image enhancing tips when taking your next trip to the zoo.
Top Zoo Photography Tips
Here’s a summary of some of the best tips Rebecca picked up from Rachel during her one-to-one wildlife workshop.
1. Vary your aperture, depending upon how many animals you want sharp in your shot. F/4 of wider for solo animals and F/8 or smaller for groups.
2. Zoom in and compress the background with a longer focal length to cut out distracting backgrounds.
3. Set up your camera for stationary animals, pre-focus on them and wait for the right moment to shoot.
4. Move to the right position to get the cleanest possible shot.
5. Wildlife photography is unique. It’s not a simple case that even though you’re a good landscape photographer you’ll be a good wildlife photographer. Extra learning and understanding of your subject are vital.
If you want to know more about Rachel’s wildlife knowledge, then you can find it all packed into this incredible Wildlife Photography Course. Rachel has designed this course for the aspiring wildlife shooter. You don’t need prior knowledge just a passion to get started and learn more.
Submit your wildlife photos as part of the courses optional assignments and get feedback direct from Rachel Sinclair herself!
Whether you just want to learn more about shooting the wildlife in your own garden, capturing better portraits of your beautiful pets, improving your zoo photos or even having a better understanding of what to expect when out on safari – it’s all here in this iPhotography Wildlife Course.
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