Nature photography covers shooting flora and fauna. This means plants, flowers, and animals, photographed always in their immediate environments. It’s challenging because of the variety of subjects and movement. But we’ve got you covered with all the nature photography tips you’d need. You’ll need to judge the placement of the elements in the frame. And you’ll need to make a few adjustments. We draw inspiration from nature for many things in life. From colours, to sounds, to patterns.
Some of the most interesting subjects can be right in front of us. Knowing your subject’s habits will also help you predict shots. You’ll know when that swan is about to charge, or when that plant is in bloom.
On the photography side, your camera bag with extra gear such as cards, batteries and lenses are a no-brainer. But how many times do photographers venture into a remote shooting location without their tripod? More times than you can count, I assure you. Also, don’t forget to wear appropriate clothing for the location and season. It may not seem like weather for a jacket but wait until the sun drops behind the horizon. Even national geographic photographers didn’t all have digital cameras.