Nature Photography Articles
When I first took an interest in photographing wildlife, and specifically birds, the mental model of the shot I wanted to capture was modeled after the images I’d see in bird ID books. That meant great detail in the plumage, nice view of the important identification parts of the specific species, and of course, frame-filling.
Ed shows us how the edges of seasons are his favorite and can help you add depth to your portfolio.
Dave shares how to get started as a wildlife photographer, and his advice may surprise you.
The 2019 NPN Yearly Editors Picks
Guy dives into the world of introverted nature photographers. What makes us different, and how we can learn to understand each other.
Antonio explores the human psyche to express his dark side through his hauntingly beautiful photography.
Max describes his process of taking his Bison in a Snowstorm image which won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year in the Black and White Category.
Alister discusses the negative impacts of photographing with expectations and how we can change our mindset to see beyond things and ourselves.
Eric discusses a more quiet approach to photography rather than the usual approach on social media of yelling to get attention with bold images.