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Capturing Creative Backlit and Silhouette Bird Photos
Ray Hennessy talks about breaking the norm in wildlife photography by photographing directly toward the sun. Ray elaborates on how different lighting techniques can create their own extraordinary results.
Field Notes: Experienced Wildlife Photographers Share the Story Behind the Image
David and Pui Hang Miles on how they took this beautiful silhouette photo of an elepahant, including equipment used and camera settings.
Unique Perspectives on Photographing Antarctica
Florian Ledoux talks about how "being there" can really change your perception. Ledoux comments on climate change, aerial images, the cold, and the unbelievable wildlife.
Professional Wildlife Photography Gear and Lifestyle Interview With James Monnington
James Monnington talks about his lenses, where to use them, other items in his camera bag, photos that "got away," and more in this revealing interview.
Editor's Choice of Reader Submitted Wildlife Photographs
WP Editor Bill Gozansky showcases the best images submitted by readers from around the world.
Photographing the Dingoes of the Great Sandy Desert
Gary Meredith goes to The Great Sandy Desert of Western Australia and endures grueling heat to photograph the rare and mysterious wild dingoes.
Professional Wildlife Photographer Critiques Reader Submissions
WP editor and award-winning professional wildlife photographer Bill Gozansky provides pro tips and advice on reader-submitted wildlife photos - how to take your wildlife photo compositions from good to great.
Pushing The Boundaries of Wildlife Photography: What's Next?
Malini Pittet discusses the "what's next" dilemma that most wildlife photographers encounter at one time or another. Discover interesting ways to push-the-envelope and get some inspiration to take your wildlife photography to the next level and into the future.
Photographing Mandrills in the Lope National Park Conservation in Gabon, Africa
Ramdas Iyer and Dr. David Lehmann photograph Mandrills and explore the national park in Gabon, Africa. The authors talk about conservation and research in place to help repopulate this amazing species.

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About Wildlife Photographic Magazine

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No matter how long you've been a photographer, if you're looking for inspiration and real-world tips to improve your wildlife photography, you're in the right place.

Wildlife Photographic is your bi-monthly magazine dedicated to wildlife photography. 

Produced by and for wildlife photographers and enthusiasts, you'll find each issue is packed with magnificent images and the fascinating stories behind the pictures.

Our contributors are some of the best wildlife photographers in the business, with their work also appearing in major media outlets such as National Geographic and BBC World.

And, you'll often get to journey with the photographers themselves through videos of their shoots. It's like getting a private tutorial from a real pro!

While our main focus is on photography in front of and behind the lens, we  also love and respect the animals we share our planet with.

In addition to our regular features, each month we feature different nature conservation organisations working to preserve wildlife and their habitats.

Category: Arts & Photography, Travel & Destinations
Publisher: Wildlife Photographic Magazine
Published: Bi-monthly
Language: English
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