View image of Try to visualise any scene in advance; if your subject is walking, have the animal leading into the picture and use prominent natural features to frame the shot. Taking a wider view can introduce a sense of wilderness â such as this picture of flamingos and wildebeest in Tanzaniaâs Ngorongoro Crater. The subject should be equal to or brighter than the background, otherwise the image will not be balanced. (Ignacio Palacios/LPI) (Credit: Ignacio Palacios/LPI)
Even with perfect timing and the right lens, getting the perfect wildlife shot requires a lot of patience and luck. Be as prepared as possible with these tips.