Wildlife Photography is incredible popular - and you can make money by working with newspapers, research institutes, or selling your photographs online. You may want to work with Discovery Channel or National Geographic or the BBC, or you may choose to be a freelancer.
Wildlife images are breathtaking and amazing. From these pictures and videos, we can learn about places and animals that we may never be lucky enough to see.
To be able to shoot wildlife well, you need to know the ecosystem - animal behavior and habits, where to set up and when to shoot. It’s advisable to buy the longest telephoto lens with the widest aperture. You can shoot equally well with a prime or a zoom lens.
But the best camera for wildlife photography isn’t just the one with the longest lens. Sometimes the great shot is a wide-angle that shows less of the animal and more of its behaviour and environment. And sometimes a macro is the thing to capture the microscopic world of insects.
Upamanyu Chakraborty is a wildlife biologist and photojournalist. He has been closely working with various national parks across India.
Upamanyu has been a Research Biologist for AITE (All India Tiger Estimation) at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. He has also been associated with the Nature and Wildlife Association-India (NWA-India).
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