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Taking photos of animals can be very challenging. First and foremost, you will need tons of patience.
Just like landscape photographers wait hours at a time to get the perfect sunlight, animal photography requires lots of tolerance. Studying the animal prior to shooting, will help you understand it’s behavior and predict their actions.
The photographs we will present to you today, demonstrate great use of color, exposure, blur settings, shutter speed, and focusing techniques.
I cannot come up with a single word to express my feelings about these photos. After seeing these photographs, you will definitely be fascinated by the experienced and skill these photographers had to take such shots.
We hope you will enjoy this beautiful collection and celebrate the beauty of life!
Note: All the images are linked to the original authors.
Underwater experiments by Alexander Semenov
Dark Zoo by Nicolas Evariste
Predator by Shlomi Nissim
Horseville by Tijana Jevtic
Dogs by Celesta Danger
Face to Face by Tamir Bibi
Hurry up by Leo
Fresh fish anyone?
Baby Milk Tea by Crezalyn Nerona Uratsuji
Penguin Rock Band Gone Wild
American Alligator Portrait
One More Coming by Harry Eggens
He likes to — MOVE IT!
Rambouillet Harfang Hilare
Living on the Edge
Some day, my son …
A warm hug for you
Northern Saw-Whet Owl Back
Suspicious by Cyrus khamak
Wings of Fire
The Thinker by Jonathan Eger
Attack by Marsel van Oosten
A very long thinking by Mathilde Guillemot
Crested macaque by Dionys Moser
Golden monkey by Cherl Kim
Squirrel monkey by Cheril Kim
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Cute Animal by Jack Zhang
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