Popular Localities

Bangalore

Delhi

Noida

Gurgaon

Mumbai

Hyderabad

Kolkata

Chennai

Pune

Ahmedabad

Chandigarh

Online Services

Student Enquiries

Jobs

loading......

coming soon

Coming Soon

We are in process of building the inventory of good professionals in this category

Got it!
Wildlife Photography Classes

Wildlife Photography Classes

+ Follow 281 Followers

Share

Showing 1 to 15 of 15
Sort By: 
H

Harshith 16 Jul in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Hey what are wildlife photography will their be and studying content in that cources

0 0

Institute For Photography Excellence, Ipe India replied | 27 Jul

In wildlife many more things can be covered apart from camera skills you need to be specific about your choice in wildlife like Animals, Birds, Macros etc.

0 0

Babu replied | 06 Aug

Hi Harshith, The wildlife photography course covers wide range of skills, camera techniques with proper practical knowledge and equipment's used. The workshop offers you with the knowledge of how to make the best of any real life photographic situation and produce images of a consistently high quality. You will be learning not only how to operate a camera, but also learn to become...  more»
Hi Harshith, The wildlife photography course covers wide range of skills, camera techniques with proper practical knowledge and equipment's used. The workshop offers you with the knowledge of how to make the best of any real life photographic situation and produce images of a consistently high quality. You will be learning not only how to operate a camera, but also learn to become immersed in the surroundings and anticipate the moments of wildlife. This professional wildlife photography course is a specialization course that would definitely help you in improving the technical knowledge as well as with the knowledge to respond with new environments and situations, under constantly changing conditions. «less

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

P

Pavankumar 11 May in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Hii i am pavan gadeela i am interested in wildlife photography i completed my diploma in mechanical engg what should i learn and to become wildlife photographer and how much is the course fee

0 0 3

Show previous answers

Sandeep replied | 27 May

First you should learn the basics of photography like exposure etc. Later you can learn the specifics in wild life photography like lenses used, shutter speed, aperture configurations, composition etc. Course fee depends on the trainer. Raise a request here and you will knoe

0 0
D

Deepak replied | 28 May

I would be charging 500 per hour. I shall teach you the skill of photography. You can use that as per your requirement. P. S I'm a wildlife photographer myself

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Vimal 10 Apr in  Wildlife Photography Classes

i didnt have dslr ....u guys take class fr me?

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

M

Mani 26/12/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Which is the best institute for wildlife photography course

1 0 3

Show previous answers

T

Tushar replied | 02 Jan

Do practice for that i bet you'll get better result

0 0

Institute For Photography Excellence, Ipe India replied | 15 Feb

Wild life Photography courses, have many options, as per your qualifications you can select the course and Institute across India or abroad, Institute for Photography Excellence offers different Wildlife Photography Course too.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Avinash 26/11/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Show previous answers

Amit replied | 06/12/2015

Generally you require long telephoto lenses, but it depends on what you are trying to shoot. For large mammals like Tigers and Elephants 200-400mm lenses are good. For birds at least 400mm and preferrably even larger lenses. For macro photography you need macro lenses which are generally around 90-100mm. Apart from lenses the main thing is how you approach your subjects, whether...  more»
Generally you require long telephoto lenses, but it depends on what you are trying to shoot. For large mammals like Tigers and Elephants 200-400mm lenses are good. For birds at least 400mm and preferrably even larger lenses. For macro photography you need macro lenses which are generally around 90-100mm. Apart from lenses the main thing is how you approach your subjects, whether you want a tightly cropped shot or a wide angle habitat shot etc. At the end it all depends on your techniques more than the equipment. «less

0 0

Kesava replied | 13 Feb

First you might need binoculars. Basically, you have to observe, read and connect with nature. This will help you to learn the behaviour of the animal/bird that you are watching. You have asked a generic question. What do you want to shoot in wildlife? Birds, spiders, butterflies, mammals ? Based on that the answer will differ.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Avinash 26/11/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Which is the best Camera for wildlife photography?

0 0 4

Show previous answers

Pavani replied | 30/11/2015

you can do wild life with any camera that doesn't matter but the camera lenses and camera accessories should consider and also the way of capturing the images should be best.

0 0
M

Milind replied | 12 Mar

Dear Avinash,

Brother, Can you tell me Which is the best Pen (of particular Brand) to write a best seller Book??
Same way Camera is just a tool, No doubt once you reach at certain level in wildlife Photography you might need some special purpose lens/accessories. otherwise at beginner level just BEGIN with PASSION and PATIENCE! :) Have a great clicking :)

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Avinash 26/11/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Is wildlife Photography easy fro Fashion Photographer? What one need to know if he want to inter from fashion to wildlife Photography?

0 0

Pavani replied | 30/11/2015

Basics of photography is the main key to do any kind of photography.

0 0

Sriram replied | 08/12/2015

Photography is photography and I believe that you would be skilled in handling your camera. Wildlife photography is done with natural light as your only source of light unlike fashion photography where the ambient light is controlled by the photographer. Secondly, unlike fashion photography, in wildlife photography, subjects are never predictable. So, you need to be alert at all...  more»
Photography is photography and I believe that you would be skilled in handling your camera. Wildlife photography is done with natural light as your only source of light unlike fashion photography where the ambient light is controlled by the photographer. Secondly, unlike fashion photography, in wildlife photography, subjects are never predictable. So, you need to be alert at all times to capture the moment. These are just a few differences that I have pointed out. Take a shot at this genre of photography and you can gauge for yourself how easy or hard it is to adapt to this art of photography. «less

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Avinash 26/11/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Do we need to go wild to learn wildlife Photography?

0 0

Kiran replied | 03/12/2015

u should've command on camera & Lighting techniques

0 0

Sriram replied | 08/12/2015

Hi Avinash, Yes, you need to be with the subject to photograph a subject. However, you can start practicing your skills by clicking photographs of flora & fauna found in and around your house.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

A

Avinash 26/11/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Can we learn Wildlife photography even online?

0 0

Amirul replied | 27/11/2015

Wildlife photography requires alot of practice it is more effective if learnt physically.

0 0

Pavani replied | 30/11/2015

you can learn theory part in online but for practical experience you need to go outdoor.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

N

Nagini 16/05/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Hi everyone, I am Nagini from Vijayawada. I have completed my degree (BSc computers) and I am interested in wildlife photography. But I don't even know the basics of photography. So please help me ..just tell me what I have to do now.. I want to know about colleges, courses, duration, fees etc. Thank you

0 0 4

Show previous answers

Diav replied | 08/07/2015

Dear Miss/Mrs. Nagini,
Having maximum knowledge of your equipment for photography, and Some basic rules of photography will do enough.
No need to go to colleges, Just find a good photographer or a photography trainer who take workshops. And Attend the basic photography workshops. They will charge around 2000-5000 depends. And Wildlife photography requires better equipment...  more»
Dear Miss/Mrs. Nagini,
Having maximum knowledge of your equipment for photography, and Some basic rules of photography will do enough.
No need to go to colleges, Just find a good photographer or a photography trainer who take workshops. And Attend the basic photography workshops. They will charge around 2000-5000 depends. And Wildlife photography requires better equipment and lenses, so I will suggest not to do any full time course and save money for updating your equipment.

Regards,
Mehul Chawda,
Director,
DIAV. «less

0 0
S

Sripal Chennai replied | 21/09/2015

Hi
I conduct workshops on Basics of DSLR Photography in Chennai and online. It will be a great starting point for you. I can guide you on selecting the camera, lens and gear for wild life photography and can teach all the skills needed .

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

M

Show previous answers

Randhir replied | 26 May

Yes, but in my opinion patience is the key to photographing outdoors whether it is wildlife, travel or landscape as long as there is a will, time and real interest in the task one can not create a wow factor in there images.

0 0

Varun Bahl replied | 06 Jul

Along with tremendous patience you need absolute focus and you have to be spontaneous to be a wildlife photographer . On the other hand , before going to the field for wildlife photography , you should also have good knowledge on flora and fauna.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Tina 29/04/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Can anyone guide me about the best wildlife photography institutes in India?

0 0

Lokesh Kumar replied | 05/05/2015

There are no specific wildlife photography institutes in INDIA. There are some good photography schools. But a degree in photography is not required. The pics you have clicked will weigh you more than your photography degree. So go on and click a few lakh pictures into your portfolio.

0 0

Diav replied | 30/06/2015

Invest that money in lenses, institutes have nothing to do with with your hobby try to learn and excel in photography.
Wildlife requires better quality and zoom, just try to have that and be a master in Manual Mode.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Soorya 25/04/2015 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

I am studying 12th and I am nice in taking wildlife photos. So I am thinking to take up my degree in photography.
My question is, do I have good scope in this course and if I have scope which specific course and collage should I select ?

0 0 3

Show previous answers

Lokesh Kumar replied | 05/05/2015

Degree courses in INDIA for photography are not of international standards. I would suggest you carry forward your passion in every picture that you click and soon you will have a career made out of it. Also get a degree from a college to back you in future.

0 0

Soorya replied | 07/05/2015

Thanks for your words @Naveen and @Lokesh kumar

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Anisha 24/11/2014 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Show previous answers

Ramesh replied | 08 Jan

1) Need Camera with minimum 6 frames per Sec.
2) Need Tele lens above 300 mm atleast.
3) Set AF mode in AI - Servo (Canon), AF-C (Nikon)
4) Drive mode : Continuous shot.
5) Shutter speed : Mini. 1/200 Sec (While sitting), 1/500 Sec (While flying/ Moving)
6) Aperture : F 5.6 to F 8 (Depends upon lighting condition)
7) ISO : 100 - 200
8) White Balance...  more»
1) Need Camera with minimum 6 frames per Sec.
2) Need Tele lens above 300 mm atleast.
3) Set AF mode in AI - Servo (Canon), AF-C (Nikon)
4) Drive mode : Continuous shot.
5) Shutter speed : Mini. 1/200 Sec (While sitting), 1/500 Sec (While flying/ Moving)
6) Aperture : F 5.6 to F 8 (Depends upon lighting condition)
7) ISO : 100 - 200
8) White Balance : Daylight
9) Picture style : Standard (Canon) Picture control : Standard (Nikon)
10) Any POV is good. Choose best angle.
11) Use Tripod or Mono pod as possible to get sharp image.
12) Always have spare battery.
13) Our safety is more important than our Passion.
14) If possible Tele converter 1.8 X , 2 X can be used.
15) Go with more confident than equipments. «less

0 0

Sanjay Kumar K replied | 26 May

Most important Tip is to follow the rules of the jungle and not to break it (Photography Ethics)
Patience.
Time.
Equipment.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

Anirban 24/11/2014 in  Wildlife Photography Classes

Show previous answers

Shrivatsa S replied | 11/01/2015

silhouette

0 0

Pingnagan replied | 01/12/2014

Basic DSLR photography levels, plus the complilation and composition makes a difference. Along with that You need to know the way , How your camera can assist at immediate decision making.

0 0

Answer

You can add upto 6 Images

About UrbanPro

UrbanPro.com helps you to connect with the best Wildlife Photography Classes in India. Post Your Requirement today and get connected.

Have a Question?

Thousands of expert tutors are available to answer your question

Looking for Wildlife Photography Classes ?

Find best Wildlife Photography Classes in your locality on UrbanPro.

FIND NOW

Do you offer Wildlife Photography Classes ?

Create Free Profile Now »

Top Contributors

Pavani

6 Answers

Lokesh Kumar

4 Answers

Amirul

3 Answers

Diav

3 Answers

Shrivatsa S

3 Answers

Institute For Photography Excellence, Ipe India

3 Answers

Sanjay Kumar K

2 Answers

Tushar

2 Answers

Anurag

2 Answers

Sponsored

Find Best Wildlife Photography Classes ?

Find Now »