Photographing Wild Animals

Anette is an award-winning wildlife photographer. In these blogs, she shares with you her experience. You will find impressive articles with information, tips, and knowledge of photographing wild animals. Explore wild elusive animals.

Know Where To Go

Setting off on photographing wild animals requires knowing where to go and your subject. Moving out of the cities into natural surroundings offers unique opportunities. Whether you are in the desert, a rain forest or on the coast. You can explore elusive wild animals.

Photographing Wild Animals – Be Patient

Photographing wildlife requires patience. Wild animals come and go as they choose. As such, you cannot get them to pose for you. So, prepare yourself for all. You need food, drinks, and medical supplies. Also, clothing that is suitable for any weather. You want very comfortable walking shoes. Finally, you need to have loads of patience to wait for that perfect photograph.

Learn About The Wildlife

Learning about elusive wild animals is surely an exciting part of wildlife photography. So, once you understand the habits of the animals, it is surely easier to know where to get the best photograph. As such, elephants may be found drinking at a river as evening falls. Alternatively, on hot sunny days, look for lions resting under trees and bushes.

Do Not Get Into Dangerous Situations

Undeniable wildlife is wild. Subsequently, remember that this is undoubtedly their territory and they will protect it. Above all, take tips from your guides and do not push yourself and others in danger.

In summary, we hope you enjoy Anette’s stories. They will surely teach you how to explore elusive wild animals. Also, how to create excellent wildlife photography.

Powerful Wildlife Photographs With Feng Shui Secrets

Two massive African elephants play in the river in this wildlife wall art print. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

In the traditional or classical Feng Shui schools, it has been a known practice to use symbols as placement. That activates and enhances energy in certain areas of the home or office. Many re-known Feng Shui masters in the world have been using different symbols for various purposes, including wildlife photographs as wall art prints. …

Wild Animals Photographs – Amazing Photographs for Every Space

While the African elephant bulls are fighting, their trunks twist around each other. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

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The Importance Of The Environment In Wildlife Photography

A massive Polar bear stands in front of a glacier far on the right-hand side. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

There are many important elements to creating exciting wildlife photography. In this post, I will discuss my use of the environment in wildlife photography to emphasize the ‘story’ aspect of a particular species. Capturing this stunning visual exploration of a polar bear while on assignment in Svalbard, Norway. The use of the environment has created a beautiful …

This Photograph Will Make You Cry and This One Smile

The lioness and cub are resting on green grass together on each other. Both animals look into the sky. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

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The excellent Bengal Tiger eyes looking straight into the camera in this close-up photograph. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

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Pangolin searching for ants on the ground, this is one of the Elusive Animals in Africa in full size

Do you dream of heading to Africa? Then you are almost certainly eager to see and perhaps even photograph some of the many beautiful creatures that inhabit this content. Many people have their favorites. They would love to spot from the majestic lion to the gigantic elephant. But which animals are the rarest and most challenging to find …

Review Of Some Of The Most Famous African Animals

That rare and elusive black rhino stands in the endless savannah in grassland — endangered animal. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

They are one of the continent’s greatest assets – an attraction to tourists the world around and a delight to photographers and nature enthusiasts alike. If Africa is known for anything, we know it for the sheer diversity and grandiosity of its wildlife above all else. Here, we are going to look at some of …

Giraffes And Sustainable Customized Leather Bags

Three beautiful Giraffes walk in the desert shows two giraffes in identical positions. B&W photo. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

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Sweet Memory African Rhino

That remarkable, elusive white rhinoceros with her calf are standing on a rim in the African bush. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Or – “Once Upon A Time’; there ‘were’ many African Rhinos roaming the continent! These wild animals were strolling in peace through the unending vastness of the African Landscape. An African Rhino has nearly no real predators. Of course, sometimes, an African Rhino calf fell victim to African lions or other big cats. There are the Black Rhinos, Diceros bicornis, and …

Lioness Stalking Wildlife Photographer

A lioness stalks through the grass in this color fine art wildlife photograph. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African lioness stalking me, that is not the first time, but the very first time that an African lion comes that close in a stalking mode with such a pungent look, which went through my whole body and bones. Wow! The story behind the lioness is stalking me from one of my trips. Arriving at a waterhole, …