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How to… Zoo Photography | Photography Tips & Tricks | Stewart Gibbs

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In this video I headed out to Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom in Telford Shropshire to give you my top tips on how to photograph animals at the zoo. Check out their website at https://www.hoofarm.com/

Everyone loves animals and a day out with the family so why not combine it with a photography trip where you are sure to grab some awesome portraits of the animals in your local zoo. It does not really matter what camera gear you have, you are sure to get some amazing pictures as zoos offer a unique opportunity to get much closer to exotic animals that you would in the wild.

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This Post Has 17 Comments

  1. Wayne Mockford

    Truly an underrated channel. Really enjoyed following you along your visit and I was taking plenty of notes. Keep up the great content.

  2. FlyingwaveFilms

    Thank you !!!! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  3. Brett Ossman

    I use a monopod, instead of a tripod. No worries about it getting in the way.

  4. Rock'n'Roll Reece

    This video inspired me to take better photos on a zoo school trip which were used on their website

  5. Alex Thiede

    These pictures aren't even good lol If y'all want tips get a zoom lens with a low f stop so you can allow extra light in, use a lens hood, zoom in, put your lens up against the glass, dont be afraid to get there early and or be there late

  6. Ravi Chander

    a very good video of zoo photography , iam going to try all your tips on zoo photography soon

  7. Bijunair V

    Brilliant video.you covered almost all the topics.but if you are serious in this field please improve your audio quality.thank you..

  8. I have a few suggestions for any further photography videos. When you do take a picture try to show the audience what you have captured

  9. ACID SNOW

    interesting video! will really have to try this out + i don't live fat away from a zoo πŸ™‚

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