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The dPS Top Nature and Wildlife Photography Tips of 2019

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This week on dPS, we’re featuring some of the top articles in different categories that were published on the site throughout 2019. It’s always a bit tricky to gauge the overall popularity, as some were published earlier in the year and have had more time on the site than the ones posted more recently. But still, it gives you an idea!

We’ve already published the overall Top Photography Tips of 2019, the Top Photography Gear Tips of 2019, the Top Landscape Photography Tips of 2019, the Top Photography Post-Processing Tips of 2019, and the Top Portrait Photography Tips of 2019, and the Top Travel Photography Tips of 2019.

So now we have The dPS Top Nature and Wildlife Photography Tips of 2019.

Here are the Top Nature and Wildlife Photography Tips of 2019:

1. 7 Photography Exercises to Take Your Nature Photos to the Next Level

By Jaymes Dempsey

7 Photography Exercises to Take Your Nature Photos to the Next Level

2. The 7 Nature Photography Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

By Jaymes Dempsey

The 7 Nature Photography Mistakes You Don’t Know You’re Making

3. 7 Mistakes to Avoid When Photographing Wildlife

By Jeremy Flint

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Photographing Wildlife

 

4. 7 Techniques for Original (and Stunning) Nature Photos

By Jaymes Dempsey

7 Techniques for Original (and Stunning) Nature Photos

5. 5 Secrets for Stunning Creative Bird Photography

By Jaymes Dempsey

5 Secrets for Stunning Creative Bird Photography

6. Review of the Nikon D500 for Wildlife and Bird Photography

By Shreyas Yadav

Review of the Nikon D500 for Wildlife and Bird Photography

 

7. 5 Tips for Gorgeous Nature Photography Lighting

By Jaymes Dempsey

5 Tips for Gorgeous Nature Photography Lighting

 

8. Using Creative Zoo Photography for Awesome Animal Photos

By Rick Ohnsman

Using Creative Zoo Photography for Awesome Animal Photos

9. How to take Great Flower Photos without a Macro Lens

By Ana Mireles

How to take Great Flower Photos without a Macro Lens

10. Field Test: Could the Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 be the Most Versatile Wildlife Lens?

By Shreyas Yadav

Field Test: Could the Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 be the Most Versatile Wildlife Lens?

11. How to Shoot Abstract Flower Photography using Close-Up Filters

By Charlie Moss

How to Shoot Abstract Flower Photography using Close-Up Filters

12. A Quick Guide to Amazing Bird Photography Compositions

By Jaymes Dempsey

A Quick Guide to Amazing Bird Photography Compositions

13. 5 Nature Photography Editing Tips to Create Stunning Images in Seconds

By Jaymes Dempsey

5 Nature Photography Editing Tips to Create Stunning Images in Seconds

14. Tips for Creating Compelling Nature Photography

By Karthika Gupta

Tips for Creating Compelling Nature Photography

 

15. 5 Tips for Better Forest Bird Photography

By Samuel Bloch

5 Tips for Better Forest Bird Photography

16. A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Light in Flower Photography for Awesome Photos

By Simon Ringsmuth

A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Light in Flower Photography for Awesome Photos

17. How to Shoot Animal Portraits

By Caz Nowaczyk

How to Shoot Animal Portraits

18. 5 Different Approaches to Photographing Wildlife

By Jeremy Flint

5 Different Approaches to Photographing Wildlife

19. Why You Need to Know the History of Flowers in Art and Photography

By Megan Kennedy

Why You Need to Know the History of Flowers in Art and Photography

 

20. 11 Tips for Photographing Bears in Alaska

By André Costantini

11 Tips for Photographing Bears in Alaska

This is the last of the Top Photography Tips of 2019. We hope you enjoyed and learned some new skills from them!

If you have some other favorite nature or wildlife-related dPS post, share it with us in the comments!

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Caz Nowaczyk
Caz Nowaczyk

– the dPS Managing Editor, lives in Wollongong, Australia and has worked as a photographer, filmmaker, and designer in her business, Exposure Arts and Media, for 15 years. Her background extends to Digital Content Management, and Editorial Design. In her spare time, she composes music as Dreamgirl and the Motorist. Since the age of 12, she knew she would be a photographer – the other stuff came as a surprise!