30 Stunning Examples of Animal Photography

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Taking a picture of an animal can be very challenging and it requires lots of tolerance, good understanding of animal’s behavior and willpower. Animal photography is probably one of the most dangerous types of photography. The outcome totally depends on the skills of photographer and the time when the shot is taken. Understanding of animal behavior really counts as it can help you in preparing for the good shot as you can predict well how likely an animal is going to react. Animal photographers have to be prepared and be ready for the unknown. They need to study action and language of animals to know every move. In this post, we have gathered some stunning animal photographs that demonstrated the best use of color, exposure; blur settings along with proper use of shutter speed and focusing technique to take perfect photographs. After seeing these photographs, you will definitely say that only an experienced and skillful photographer can take such shots!

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Examples of Animal Photography

Harte Zeiten

Rauhfußkauz

Viele Makros zum Abendessen

King without a crown

Gute Aussichten…

Und .... hepp ...

F r ü h l i n g s b o t e n II

Air Cargo

Eine Portion Ameisenpuppen, bitteschön!

beschnuppern

Feldsperling

D e r K r o k u s s - W ä c h t e r

Top Speed ~

Doppeltes Lottchen **

Ich will nicht

Bei dem Wetter ...

camouflage::

Aug' in Aug'

Abwehrhaltung

Wie gut ....

verspielt~

Im Schnee geboren ~

Kinderspiele

Bei Nacht und Niesel

Makifrosch

Sumpfohreule fliegend

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5 Responses to “30 Stunning Examples of Animal Photography”

  1. Jeffery says:

    they are some great pictures

  2. Benuel says:

    STUNNING. I’M LITERALLY STUNNED. I’M HAVING TROUBLE MOVING AFTER LOOKING AT A PICTURE OF A DUCK.

  3. Some amazing moments here. I can’t believe how sharp these all are.

  4. Phil says:

    Impressive!!!

  5. john says:

    these aren’t stunning at all.

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