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How to photograph wildlife at night | Wildlife photography tips for beginners



How to photograph wildlife at night | Wildlife photography tips for beginners.
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In this short wildlife photography tutorial I’ll tell you exactly which settings to use if you’re wondering how to photograph wildlife at night. If you enjoyed this video, consider enrolling in my comprehensive online course, which covers all the most important aspects of wildlife photography, namely: equipment, settings, light, composition, creativity and animal behaviour. Simply follow the link at the top of this description.

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6 comments
  1. a bit more advanced than newbie, i want to shoot urban foxes at night time so there are a few good street lights, i have a canon M50, i would like a fast (2.0 or faster) 150mm+ lens for around the £500(uk) price point.
    i have a few good fast primes under 50mm that don't quite have the reach both ef-m and ef and i also have 100-400mm lenses but they are not fast enough for low light and fox motion.
    i have a few decent shots including a great few where one fox comes right up to my door to get his treats but i'd like to capture them doing their own thing at night.
    i also have good access to daytime foxes at a local cemetery so i'm good for daytime ones
    the 150mm+ lens i'd like would have to have af as i do have a couple of faster M42 takumar lenses at 3.5 and 4 but they are a bit slow on the aperture side and on manual focus.
    the closest lens i have at the moment is the laowa 100mm 2.8 macro but its a manual focus one.
    thanks for any help and great vid bud
    Laura

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