Believe me, it is not easy to generate income from Wildlife Photography. But, there are many ways you can generate revenue from a wildlife image. The business side of wildlife is hampered by people contributing images for free. Nowadays, anyone who has an Interchangeable lens camera and a telephoto lens considers himself as a wildlife photographer. In this article, I will share 9 ways to generate income from Nature and Wildlife Photography.
Which is the best camera for wildlife photography? This is one question which I get most of the time. I have been doing wildlife photography since 2009. So, I have tried out most of the cameras. Thus, I have decided to list out the best cameras for wildlife photography from Canon, Nikon, and Sony.
I have been to most of the National parks in India for wildlife and bird photography. There are many National parks in India. But, only a few are good when it comes to photographing wildlife. So, I have decided to share the 12 best places for wildlife photography in India which are good for wildlife photography. If you are planning a visit to India for wildlife photography, then this guide will be useful for you.
Canon 500mm f4 L IS II USM lens is my primary lens for wildlife photography for the past six years. It is the dream of any wildlife photographer to have such an excellent prime lens in their kit.
This article would be useful for all those who are interested in Wildlife photography. I am sharing 101 Wildlife Photography tips based on my experience. You can make use of these useful wildlife photography tips to improve your photography skills and be a better wildlife photographer.
It is a real challenge to photograph the rare and elusive Snow Leopards. There are only less than 10,000 left in the wild. So I have decided to try my luck in photographing the elusive Snow Leopard. They are also known by the name “Grey Ghost of Himalayas”.
In this article, we will go through wildlife photography with Canon 70-200mm f4 L IS lens. This will give you a better idea on how a mid range telephoto focal lengths between 70mm and 200mm can get you awesome wildlife photos. You will also learn when to use these focal lengths during a wildlife photography trip.