Capturing wildlife is one of the more challenging forms of photography, but the outcome can be extremely rewarding. The name of the game – whether you’re trying to capture a herd of elephants on the Serengeti Plains or squirrels in your backyard – is skill, knowledge and a whole lot of patience!
This Thursday, September 21st at 2pm EST, join us, @georgeBTurner, @margheNick and the Passion Passport community to chat about ‘Wildlife Photography’! We want to focus on the process of capturing wildlife – what common challenges we run into, tips and tricks to getting the winning shot and any other helpful advice. Make sure to tag us in your tweets with #PassionPassport.
If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:
Q1 – 2:00pm EST
Welcome to the chat! Share your favorite wildlife image. It can be yours or someone else’s!
Q2 – 2:05pm EST
Do you have a golden rule for photographing wildlife that you’ve learned or been told?
Q3 – 2:15pm EST
What’s been your most exciting sighting, and where? Share a photo if you can!
Q4 – 2:25pm EST
How do you process your images while on the road? Storage, editing, publishing, etc.
Q5 – 2:30pm EST
Tell us about a time you went to great (and possibly dangerous) lengths to take a wildlife photograph?
Q6 – 2:35pm EST
What’s in your travel camera bag?
Q7 – 2:40pm EST
Weather can have unexpected effects on shooting wildlife. Do you have a story of when bad weather made for a great shot? Share a pic if you can!
Q8 – 2:50 pm EST
If you could travel anywhere to photograph the wildlife where would it be and why?
Body image by @kari_grace / Header image by @georgetheexplorer.