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Photographer Justin Hofman shoots incredible wildlife photos from the antarctic.

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Master wildlife photography in any environment with these stress-free tips for shooting in wildlife parks, gardens and more.

wildlife photography cheat sheet:   tips on composing, exposing and how to shoot some of the more popular subjects

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30 Best Award Winning Wildlife Photography examples from around the world

An elephant stands on its back legs to reach high leaves with its trunk in a forest at Mana Pools, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Zimbabwe. Photographer Morkel Erasmus captured this behaviour, which has made the Mana Pools elephants famous but has.

Nick Brandt's wildlife photography

Nick Brandt: African wildlife photography

Nick Brandt: African wildlife photography - Telegraph - bet the Discworld elephants are related to this one!

beautiful-wildlife: “Fox by Berbo ”

The composition of this photo is very well done. I like how the reflection and the fox meet in the center of the photo. The contrast in the photo draws attention to the fox and enhances its beautiful red/orange coat.

amazing Cheetah in Action © harvey wildlife photography #africa safari wildlife wilderness leopard puma panther panthera pet animal nature big cat

amazing Cheetah in Action © harvey wildlife photography safari wildlife wilderness leopard puma panther panthera pet animal nature big cat

A great example of what the rule of thirds means.  BBC wildlife photography tips

Wildlife Photography: Tips for Beginners

https://flic.kr/p/9fcpwg | Badger Portrait | Another badger image, quite hard to capture as they always have their heads down rooting for food. I liked the daisys in this one, just made the image a bit different. Taken in Surrey, UK  Canon 1D MK 2 Canon 300mm 2.8 F2.8 ISO 500 1/200th

Badger Portrait by Peter Denness. I love badgers.they are temperamental, but have such a cute face!

ice.

bridge (in Antarctica? Not going, cold & icy enough here It's a big sheet of ice, nothing but penguins & bearded scientists. This bridge.

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