Weekly Photography Assignment: Wildlife Action
Each week we’ll be giving you a theme that you can submit a photo for, and we’ll choose our favourite to be featured on the Nature TTL website. Participating in these assignments will be a great way for you to encourage yourself to push the boundaries of your photography and improve together as a community on the website.
Week 221: Wildlife Action
Our theme this week is Wildlife Action, and we’d love to see what creative images you can take showcasing wilife in action! Perhaps you will photograph birds in flight, or a deer running across a field. Maybe you will look for predators hunting their prey, and manage to capture an image that tells a story! Try using fast shutter speeds to freeze these moments, creating sharp images of animals in action. Whether you’re a seasoned nature photographer, or are new to the genre, the options for awesome photos of wildlife in action are endless, and we can’t wait to see what inspiring images you can create.
Here are some tutorials to help you:
- How to Improve Your Wildlife Action Shots
- 4 Essential Tips for Photographing Birds in Flight
- How to Photograph Insects in Flight
To enter your photo to this assignment, add it in the comments below this post. By submitting your photo, you are giving us permission to feature your photo the following week if it is chosen as one of our favourites. Please keep images under 2MB in size otherwise you may have difficulty uploading them.
Here are some guidelines to keep things running smoothly:
- Photos must be your own work
- Please enter no more than 3 photos per week
- Please only enter photos taken within the week of the assignment
- Include a description with your photo and tell us a bit about it!
You have until next Monday, 3rd of April, to submit your photo.
Last week’s winner
Last week’s theme was Signs of Spring – and our favourite image this week is:
This week’s winner is this image, captured by Seawildearth: “Spring is announced in Okinawa in the wild sense when the Green Tree Frogs emerge for their mating season in mid-March.“ We love the lighting in this image, and the the way the bright greens have been highlighted and exposed – green is after all one of the colours most associated with spring! The story behind the image is also imprtant, and showcases a knowledge and understanding of the species in the portrait, and its intricate relationship to one of the most beautiful seasons. Well done, and thank you to all who entered!
Images embedded from 500px.com.