Tips for shooting wild animals

release time:2020-07-13 Reading:500

Different from domestic pets, wild animals in nature are full of cruelty and reality of wildness and weak meat. It is this kind of realism that has attracted many photography enthusiasts to create in the natural environment where wild animals live. Next let's talk about it, there are those skills that can improve the shooting when shooting wild animals.
Shutter speed
The shutter speed determines the exposure time of the camera. Because wild animals are much more vigilant than domestic pets, you need to use a faster shutter speed to obtain a higher filming rate. When shooting, you can properly adjust the ISO to increase the shutter speed and ensure adequate exposure of the screen.
Understand the habits of animals
If you want to shoot ideal wildlife works, it is important to learn to observe the animal's state and behavior. Hunting, play between companions, migration, etc. are all ideal shooting opportunities, so understanding the habits of the animals to be photographed can help us increase the probability of filming to a certain extent.
unique perspective
It is difficult to shoot wild animals with the camera, so we need to find more unique perspectives to create. When shooting, you can try to make the lens level with the horizon, level with the eyes of the animal and look down at a higher position. But try not to use the height of the human eye to shoot wild animals, which will make the picture relatively rigid and lose vitality.
Reasonable lens
Shooting wild animals requires sufficient distance to ensure that the animals will not be alerted when shooting. The AF-S NIKKOR 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR is a NIKKOR lens equipped with a 1.4x telephoto lens in the Nikon lens body. When using a telephoto lens, the maximum focal length at the telephoto end can be increased from 400mm to approximately 560mm. The wide focal length range from 180mm to about 560mm enables flexible shooting. Since the telephoto lens can be switched while holding the camera handle, the focal length can be expanded smoothly with a simple operation without changing the shooting posture. In this way, there is no need to change the lens even when a longer focal length is needed, which expands the possibility of shooting.
In wildlife photography, the use of these techniques can not only improve the film formation rate, but also add fun to the picture. But these skills also require a certain amount of experience to master, which requires more shooting and hard work. Only in this way can you skillfully use these skills to shoot the ideal work.


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