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Best of 2021: Wildlife photography and photographers

Published by WPC Official Account on Dec'29,2021

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Best of 2021: Wildlife photography and photographers

WPC Official Account
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Get wild: Wildlife photographers you need to know before 2021 ends!

The essential part that wildlife photography holds is the story. Even if your image is blurry, wildlife photography gives you the chance to bring something profound to the table. It is all about the accidental rare moments that you can capture of the wildlife.

Let us look at some of the best wildlife photographers that exist out there.

Franz Lanting:

 

 

One of the giants of nature photography is a crucial sub-element of wildlife photography. He even sent out a book named “Jungles” that gives us an idea of natural life, through words.


Marina Cano:

 

 

 

Marina is a Spanish wildlife photographer who is also an ambassador of the canon. She is well experienced to create dreamy black and white images of wildlife. Most of her works are about the wildlife in Africa. She has constantly appeared on National Geography on many occasions.

 

Sandesh Kadur:

 

 

 

Sandesh is known for the beautiful films he creates in the wildlife photography genre. He works with National Geography and experts in still imagery and videography of the movements in the wildlife in their most dramatic and purest forms.

 

Melissa Groo:

 

 

Melissa has won many wildlife photography awards and her galleries include behavioristic captures of her objects that have more than a story to tell.

 

Joel Sartore:

 

 

Joel has been published in various magazines including National Geography. He runs an organization called Photo Ark that looks at showing off Earth's biodiversity.

 

Ami Vitale:

 

 

Wildlife photography can bring you tears, literally! Ami’s wildlife photography can bring you to tears. She has the utmost expression by using her storytelling ideas through her images.

She showcased the death of the last Northern White Rhino that appeared as the cover photo of the October 2019 National Geography.

 

There can never be any competition in picking the best of the wildlife photographers that exist, but we can definitely pick our favorites every year. For anyone who is interested in wildlife photography, you can have a look at how to form a portfolio, blog, and resume work by going to their websites.

Do let us know some of your favorite wildlife photographers, tips, and tricks that you follow for wildlife photography. Until then, click away my friend!

 

 


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Get wild: Wildlife photographers you need to know before 2021 ends!

The essential part that wildlife photography holds is the story. Even if your image is blurry, wildlife photography gives you the chance to bring something profound to the table. It is all about the accidental rare moments that you can capture of the wildlife.

Let us look at some of the best wildlife photographers that exist out there.

Franz Lanting:

 

 

One of the giants of nature photography is a crucial sub-element of wildlife photography. He even sent out a book named “Jungles” that gives us an idea of natural life, through words.


Marina Cano:

 

 

 

Marina is a Spanish wildlife photographer who is also an ambassador of the canon. She is well experienced to create dreamy black and white images of wildlife. Most of her works are about the wildlife in Africa. She has constantly appeared on National Geography on many occasions.

 

Sandesh Kadur:

 

 

 

Sandesh is known for the beautiful films he creates in the wildlife photography genre. He works with National Geography and experts in still imagery and videography of the movements in the wildlife in their most dramatic and purest forms.

 

Melissa Groo:

 

 

Melissa has won many wildlife photography awards and her galleries include behavioristic captures of her objects that have more than a story to tell.

 

Joel Sartore:

 

 

Joel has been published in various magazines including National Geography. He runs an organization called Photo Ark that looks at showing off Earth's biodiversity.

 

Ami Vitale:

 

 

Wildlife photography can bring you tears, literally! Ami’s wildlife photography can bring you to tears. She has the utmost expression by using her storytelling ideas through her images.

She showcased the death of the last Northern White Rhino that appeared as the cover photo of the October 2019 National Geography.

 

There can never be any competition in picking the best of the wildlife photographers that exist, but we can definitely pick our favorites every year. For anyone who is interested in wildlife photography, you can have a look at how to form a portfolio, blog, and resume work by going to their websites.

Do let us know some of your favorite wildlife photographers, tips, and tricks that you follow for wildlife photography. Until then, click away my friend!