Animals had been a fascinating source of inspiration for painters and photographers. The unpredictability and beastliness of the animals attracts you to capture their natural self. This makes animal photography a rather difficult task and needs a higher degree of professional photography to catch the desired frame in camera at the right moment, at right place at the right angle. Failing in gaining everything at its right place can result in a total disaster.
Add to this challenge is the most unpredictable nature of flying birds and it is much pains taking job than landscape photography. You may get only one chance of getting what you desire but you must always be prepared and ready for the unknown.
We have gathered a bold and beautiful collection of 35 animal photography masterpieces from professionally brilliant photographers from around the world. Every piece is hyper linked to take you to the source and photographer so that you can have more of these talented people.
Taken at sunrise with a Canon 600 mm f4 at the rookery @ Lake Martin LA.
Snow monkey nursing baby, Japan
Great blue heron with chick on nest at first light, FL
Moments of Reflection
The Great Wildebeest Migration
Walking through a park with a new found friend*, we encountered a small Butterfly and Hummingbird garden, and decided to look around. Found some beautiful flowers, butterflys and bees. This creature was doing a little dance around the flower for several minutes while I shot multiple angles and exposures. Very cooperative! Gallup Park, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
taken with flash (red eye) (no zoom) Explored #12 Highest position
This puffin was collecting twigs for his nest. Taken in Skomer Island in Wales. Skomer is a marine nature reserve and is home to puffins at the start of spring till late summer.
This is a series of animal photographs which I am quite proud of. All were taken with a digital SLR at various zoos. I am a big fan of zoos and animals.
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