Saxen van coller shares her go to tips for wildlife photography

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Photography has the ability to elicit emotion in people and Saxen Van Coller believes she can do her best to spread awareness about the eliminating wildlife.

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  • Saxen Van Coller Shares Her Go To Tips For Wildlife PhotographyWhich wildlife photographer doesnt want share their love of the wildlife world? There is nothing that makes them more happy than spotting the wildlife living freely and happily in their natural habitat. Taking pictures of the wild and showing the world how beautiful these animals are is what inspires others to care about the nature more. For a wildlife photographer trips like safaris and whale watching are some awesome opportunities to witness some beautiful majestic animal life. Photos of elephants, whales are mesmerizing and are a proof that the wildlife is so beautiful.

  • Photography has the ability to elicit emotion in people and Saxen Van Coller believes she can do her best to spread awareness about the eliminating wildlife. She says we all love getting close and personal with the wildlife yet as a photographer a lot goes into thinking. When in a zoo its easier to be closer to the animals and take photographs, but you do not get to capture the serene and natural beauty of the wild.

  • Dos and Donts of wildlife photographyUse a fast shutter speed as you will not come across animals that are sleeping or lying around. Most of the time you will see them moving quickly. With fast shutter speeds you will save time and blurry and out of focus pictures. One important rule is that your shutter speed should always be the same or higher than your focal length. When you use a zoom lens you will have to make the adjustments accordingly.

  • Know the animals: even when you have practiced your photography skills know your camera front and back you may still struggle with taking that perfect shot. To capture an amazing shot you have to know the animal well spend time analyzing them and studying their behavior. The more time you spend with them the more likely your images will be expressive and revealing.

  • When in the wild always remember that you need to respect the animals space, we all love wild animals, yet they can be dangerous, it is important that you are aware and respect the warning signal that they show. Try not to be hostile and remain as inconspicuous as possible so that you do not cause the animals any undue stress.

  • When you are photographing the animals on an expedition or a safari never try to leave and wander around. Whatever the reason be never leave a trail as it may bring you to a dangerous territory or too close to the animals. Never stress if you do not get good shots just enjoy your time in the wild says Saxen Van Coller. Nature is so beautiful in itself and offers so much that you will be mesmerized as to what all you can capture.

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