There is a lot to learn when it comes to Wildlife Photography and the amateur photographers and professionals in the community share their experience from their trips with the rest of us. You may also be interested in our many travel stories, with photographers going on assignment for the National Geographic and more.
We have a separate About Bird Photography section at Nikonians as well.
Got a wildlife photography question?
If you have a question on getting great images of wildlife, please post that in the Wildlife forum.
Nature photographer Marsel van Oosten (marsel) in action. Click for larger image
Webinar with Marsel van Oosten
Award winning nature photographer and former Nikonians Team Member Marsel van Oosten (marsel) who has gathered extensive field experience shooting with the Nikon Z and DSLR cameras. A nature lover with a deep concern for the natural world. He says that successful conservation starts with awareness, and hopes that his images will make people aware that Mother Earth needs our protection and that we get inspired by his photography to take action.
Getting Successful Wildlife Photographs
Connie Cassinetto (Via the Lens) writes several articles here at Nikonians about Wildlife and photography trips. Learning to photograph animals in action takes effort, time and patience and, at some point, will result in successful action shots. Sharing the experience from locally in the US and abroad.
The Challenge of Wildlife Photography
Photographing wildlife can be a challenge and not all wildlife or wildlife situations are equal. This article is about sharing experience gathered, from South Africa, Costa Rica and locally in the US.
The Eagle that refused to die
During an African Photo Safari to Tanzania, Mike Hagen witnessed a fight of the predators and found his new favorite Tanzanian bird, the Tawny Eagle. Read this inspiring story to find out why.
Using the D750 in Africa
The Nikon D750 gets tested in one of the toughest environments on earth: Africa, under wildly varied photography scenarios during a Photo Safari.
An avid amateurs trip to the Pantal, South America
Images from the galleries
Our ANPAT galleries