Hello my wild-lifer friends and Photographers, if you are visiting India for nature or wildlife photography and are new to India or rather new to wildlife reserves and national parks and sanctuaries in India then you may get some help or ideas to plan your trip in a better way by reading this article. Things to remember before starting your wildlife photography trip to India. What is your objective and target? This is important, try to make a list of […]
Beginners Guide to Wildlife Photography Equipment. The most common question in the mind of a beginning wildlife photographer is about what camera, lens, and other gear should they buy to start. Every new comer in initial days needs this info and we all have gone through this often searching on the net, magazines, books etc. Most often people think that having the most expensive camera and biggest lens is equivalent to capturing great wildlife photographs. Well to tell you the […]
These are some of the Best books for learning Nature and Wildlife Photography, I have only mentioned books that I have read and found valuable. Nature Photography Field Guide – John Shaw This is perhaps the one book that every beginning nature or wildlife photographer must read. It gives you detailed information about every thing from the basics of photography, terminology, equipment, great tips and techniques even for the advanced amateurs. If you want to buy only 1 book to […]
Mirchani Tigress Closeup When shooting tigers, the key to a sharp good image especially a potrait of a tiger is to make sure that apart from the eyes, the wiskers are also sharp. A closeup shot of a tiger with sharp wiskers makes a good image especially if its just the face.
Mirchani Tiger Cub After photographing tigers for so many years have learned a few lessons. Sharing this so that you may find helpfull. When photographing tigers most of us can get so exited and thrilled that we tend to get lost in enjoying the moment and forget some basic things that need to be taken care of (myself included). When shooting a tiger you need to expose for the white areas on the face, they tend to easily get overexposed […]
Hi, I recently got the lencoat for my 200400vr lens and had to remove the tripod collar foot to put the cover on, to do this i had used a 2.5 mm hex key also known as an Allen, zeta, or Unbrako key or wrench and removed it easily. pls note that this is how i removed it and if req do it at your own risk 🙂