4. Use a steady support such as Tripod or a Beanbag
Here are previous Wildlife photography tips
Photo tip # 1 : Always shoot in raw image format
Photo tip # 2 : It's all about sharp eyes
Photo tip # 3: Get down to an eye level of the wildlife
When you do wildlife photography - most of the times you will be using long lenses. Poor light conditions can slow down your camera’s shutter speed. Vibrations either from your vehicle, wind or your lens hand holding technique can contribute to out of focus or a blurry images. Result - you miss that great moment in the nature !
Using Beanbag or a Tripod while photographing bird or animal will help you to capture the moment with best possible image quality.
Key benefits of using stable support during Nature and Wildlife Photography
If you are photographing from a safari vehicle, then beanbag is most useful and versatile type of support. It allows you to move freely inside the safari vehicle. Camera and lens position can also be quickly adjusted when using bean bag.
While photographing from the ground for the objects such as birds, mammals or micro images of snakes, frogs and butterflies then tripod support is way to go.
Tripod provides very stable and sturdy support while you capture the image.
With tripod you will be easily able to shoot at different angles. As your camera gear is mounted on the tripod it relieves the pain of hand holding.
This will save your energy. You will be able to photograph for a longer duration and with utmost focus.
Photo-equipment used -
Camera - Nikon D7100
Nikon 200-500 f/5.6
Nikon 80-200 f/2.8
Nikon 105 f/2.8
Sandisk Extreme Pro 32GB
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