Wildlife Photography for Beginners – my Five Top Tips to help you with your camera if you’re a beginner. There’s many things to learn when it comes to photographing wildlife but these specific tips should help you get started. As an extra tip for beginners – if you’re not too sure about ISO – set it manually, between 200 and 400 in bright conditions; and between 800-1600 on overcast days. This is a rough guide.
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Read my Blog on Wildlife Photography for Beginners: http://paulmiguel.co.uk/2019/01/07/wildlife-photography-for-beginners-my-5-top-tips/
Filmed with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX500.
Equipment: Canon 1DX Mark i, Canon 400mm f5.6 EF USM lens.
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