Unwilling subjects, random chances, remote locations – overcome these obstacles to shoot pro-quality wildlife photos.
Wildlife photography is among filming's greatest challenges. At its best, it occurs in wild places and conditions, deals with shy subjects, offers no possibility for shooter-subject communication or direction, and seldom allows "scheduling" for best conditions. Even so, it's not simply random; proper knowledge helps you achieve consistent success in this highly-rewarding pursuit.
This course shows both still photographers and videographers how to get close to living, wild subjectsin their natural habitats. You'll learn to find wildlife "hotspots"; how to build and use natural or portable blinds; how to use animals' senses and behaviors to photographic advantage; game calling techniques; and how to use animal migrations and life cycles for better pictures. You'll learn tricks that produce immediate and stunning results.
Whether your interest is making money through publication, sharing through programs, or simply to satisfy your favorite hobby, this wildlife course pays for itself many times over. Take it and make your own great wildlife pictures!
Photographer understands basic and necessary photo gear
Photographer gains understanding of wildlife sign, sense, habitats, and behaviors
Photographer learns how to set up for best photos (blinds, hides etc)
photographer learns techniques for getting close (game calling, food and water, trail cameras etc)
Photographer learns resources to aid knowledge of wildlife
Objective: photographer takes great wildlife photos!
Job Assurity: Placement Support. Assist you to get JOB in top MNC’s, Mid & Small scale Companies
Resume Preparation Support
Conducted 2 to 3 Mock Tests
Mock Interviews to increase your confident level
You have opportunities to work on Real time Case Studies
Basics to Wildlife Photography
Field Tips and Techniques for Wildlife Photography
Students who complete this course have the following career options
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Nature Photography + Day Photography
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Any decent DSLR will do. You really want to spend your money on lenses. A good lens for wildlife will cost in the vicinity of the cost of your camera. You will get much better results as you use higher quality lenses. They can usually shoot better in low light, they often have better sharpness and contrast, and so on.
Lenses like the Nikon 70-200 f2.8 VRII can cost around $2500. I also have a Tamron 150-600 f3.5-5.6 that cost about $1000. The Nikon is better, of course, but the Tamron is something of a "best buy" and is good for this kind of photo. Put either of these on the end of a decent camera (a Nikon 3300, 5300, 7200, 800, 810, etc.) and you'll have an excellent chance of getting results that you are proud of.
Finally, though I personally shoot Nikon, there is completely similar Canon equipment, and the same advice applies. Get a decent camera, and a very good (or better, if you can afford it) lens.
A successful wildlife photographer has four skills: