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That moment with just one animal represents what we’re doing to this planet and everything else on it, including humans.

Wildlife photography requires far more than technical considerations like aperture and shutter speed. It also goes far beyond the technology seen in today’s most advanced cameras. Understanding a subject’s behavior is vital for capturing their actual attractiveness. This industry requires a lot of patience and the desire to be ready to capture images at any time. Photography is one method for observing actual, nuanced, and sometimes astonishing animal behaviour and traits. It is also where we can see the devastation we’re causing to the natural world. It is remarkable how many people believe that you need a backpack full of pricey lenses and pockets deep enough to hold them all. Wildlife photography is one method of observing actual, nuanced, and often astonishing animal behaviour and traits. It is also where we can see the devastation we are causing to the natural world.

Unlocking the Secrets of Wildlife Photography

Vitale’s photograph of Sudan, the only male Northern White Rhino, is one of the most iconic photos of the past decade. “It awakened people up,” Vitale says. “You realise it’s not simply the loss of this ancient, kind, huge creature. That moment with just one animal represents what we’re doing to this planet and everything there is on it, including humans.” Spend all your money on safari excursions to unfamiliar locations to capture animals. Depending on where you live, how hot it gets in the summer or how cold it gets in the winter, the moment you step outside your door, you are surrounded by animals. The fact is that if you live in a park or even have trees outside your window, there is wildlife all around you. Wildlife photography includes not only birds and animals, but also small insects and macro photos. In this chapter, “Biom”Biome,” attempting to demonstrate some bird and macro photography. I hope you will enjoy it.

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Argiope Anasuja: Preparing to build his home

butterfly eating honey from flower

Euploea core: Having her breakfast

butterfly on a leaf

Wallengrenia otho: Attempting to catch the prey

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Snowy Egret: After her meals, young white beak takes a break

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Sarcophaga Carnaria: Hoping around for something special

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All the photos and text in this post are the copyright of Vishnu Prakash and Creative Hut Institute of Photography and Film. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.

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