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How to take Better Wildlife Photos with ANY camera – Photography Tips for APRIL

In this video I will give you tips on how to take better wildlife photos with any camera. I share video of how I approach basking turtles without startling them, how I get ahead of where geese are walking or ducks are swimming with my body and focus point and wait for subjects to arrive there, how I move my body to capture multiple angles, how I adjust my angle for the sun, how I pay attention to the background when composing a scene, and more. I include 50 short video clips and 81 photo examples. This video won’t confuse you with complicated changes to ISO, shutter speed, aperture priority, or camera mode. Instead, I focus on the simple actions that anyone can do with any camera or smartphone to create captivating images to share with family and friends.

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Location: Norfolk Botanical Garden

Camera: Canon EOS 80D

Lenses: 18-138mm telephoto, 100mm macro, 55-250mm telephoto

Smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

Recording date: March 30 and 31, 2021

Animals in videos: Canada geese, turtles, mallard ducks, American robin, great heron, sparrows, frogs, fish, minnows, paper wasps

Animals in photos: dragonfly, raccoon, stink bug, tiger swallowtail butterfly, honeybee, tiger beetle, ladybug, jumping spider, caterpillars, metallic bee, ant, toad, carpenter bee, spotted cucumber beetle, carpenter ant, white egret, American robin, paper wasp, yellow jacket, hoverfly, damselfly, crow, paper wasp, frog, turtle, Canada goose, midge fly, sparrow

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