At Wild Eye we are dedicated to helping you improve YOUR wildlife photography.
It’s not just something we say it’s what we do! This doesn’t just go for our photographic safaris or private guided safari – where the focus really is you – but on all of our online platforms as well.
I honestly believe that the more you know the better it gets and that is what I have in mind since starting the Wildlife Photography Q&A Videos about two years ago. After about 18 months and more than 25 hours of dedicated wildlife photography related content I decided to stop after 50 episodes in order to change gear a bit and explore other platforms but am seriously thinking of picking up from #51 and pick up where we left off. Thoughts?
Apart from this blog, which has more than 7 years worth of tutorials, articles and wildlife photography inspirational posts, I recently started The Wildlife Photography Podcast as another way in which we are trying to add value to your photographic journey.
This is a first of it’s kind podcast and I have been loving the new way of sharing and engaging with our online audience. I have recorded podcasts at home, in the office, from a hotel in Oslo and even in the car driving to work in the morning and it’s been awesome! Here are a few of the recent episodes I’ve done and that you can listen to on both iTunes and SoundCloud:
Some of the episodes I have lined up and will be doing during the next week or so include:
- Should you always travel with the same photographic safari guide?
- Trekking Chimpanzees in Kibale.
- Technical versus Creative Wildlife Photography.
- Using filters in wildlife photography. Is it cheating?
And this leads me to the reason for this post… You!
The main reason I started the podcast was to create another platform to answer your wildlife photography questions and in episode 50 I would like to do a dedicated Q&A in which I answer as many of your wildlife photography questions as possible.
So my question to you is this…
If so here’s what I need to do.
- Visit this link – Ask a Question
- Complete the form with your question.
- Wait for Episode 50.
- Listen to Episode 50.
So there you go.
Anything you’ve struggled with, haven’t been able to find an answer to, questions around tech or creativity, anything – let me know and I will try my best to help!
If you have any wildlife photography friends who have questions it would be great if you could share this with them as well as I’d really like to get into some proper Q&A during episode 50!
I look forward to hearing back from you and to changing the way we discuss wildlife photography.
Until next time,
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