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Field Notes: Experienced Wildlife Photographers Share the Story Behind the Image
Bill Gozansky on how he took this beautiful photo of baboons grooming, including equipment used and camera settings.
Wildlife Photography Tips: Photographing Birds in the Pyrenees
Clive and Stewart Finlayson describe the biodiverse richness of the Pyrenees and specifically photographing the spectacular birds while there.
Wildlife Photography: Photographing Madagascar
Hans Stel explains why, as a wildlife photographer, Madagascar should be at the top of your list.
Wildlife Photography Photographing Behavior Series: Scent
Tim Plowden shares his secrets on capturing wildlife behavior and specifically, in this section: Scent.
Bird Photography Tips: Photographing Ducks in the Wild
Teri Franzen talks about photographing the drakes and hens and how to analyze the ducks' behavior to get the best images possible.
Wildlife Photography Gear and Life: 10 Questions with Constance Mier
Constance Mier, a professional wildlife photographer, reveals about what gear he can't live without, what's inside his camera bag that would surprise you, his top locations, tips, and the shots that he wishes he captured, and much more!
Bird Photography Tips: Flamingo Photography
Anna-Mart Kruger talks about living on the Namibian coast and dealing with the amazing positives, and unique challenges of bird photography on the coast.
Wildlife Conservation Spotlight: Camp Lula Sams Saved
Wildlife Photographic editor Bill Gozansky follows up on his story from last year on a nature photography tournament that aimed to save a critical piece of natural habitat in South Texas.
Wildlife Photography Tips: Post-Processing Tips
Glenn Bartley talks about how to utilize photoshop and specifically in this article, using the cloning tool to enhance your wildlife photos.
Wildlife Conservation Spotlight: Sage Grouse Initiative
Brianna Randall explains the recipe for saving the Sage Grouse, and how wildlife photography can play an integral role in saving this unique and beautiful species.

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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 magazine 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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