A few days after I launched my business, a few of my clients asked if I could set up a camera on their premises.
As a business owner, it’s my job to make sure I’m not compromising the quality of my services.
And as a photographer, I also have to do my best to capture what I see.
I was intrigued by the idea of capturing the beauty of nature, so I contacted a number of wildlife photographers to help me set up my camera and bring the image to life.
The first thing I did was set up the camera.
It’s not a big deal.
The first step was to buy a digital camcorder.
You can pick up a $20 or $30 camera for $25.
But the next step was deciding on the best camera for the job.
When you start thinking about what you want to shoot, you might think of wildlife.
But what about people?
People can be a bit difficult to photograph.
In the end, I decided to shoot wildlife from a distance.
I would pick up my iPhone and record myself walking down the street, and then I would upload the footage to YouTube and the internet.
After the initial trial, I got more than 100,000 views on the video.
This made me realise that wildlife photographers are a really good way to make an impact on conservation.
They don’t have to be the first person to film something.
They can get someone from the local park to film it.
If the animal is in a bush, you can just walk up to it and ask them to take a photo.
If it’s in a tree, you have to get the right person to take the photo.
So the more people who are interested in conservation, the more conservation efforts they’ll have to make.
Once the footage was uploaded to YouTube, I had to convince them to use the footage in their own projects.
With so many wildlife photographers around, I thought it would be great if I shared the footage with the community.
“People can be really tough to photograph.”
As a wildlife photographer, you’re responsible for capturing the animal’s behaviour and behaviour is what’s important to me.
My primary goal is to capture the beauty and the wildness of the environment.
Because I love wildlife, I want to capture as much of the wilds as I can.
I’ve taken so many photos of wildlife from my home, but I’m also a bit of a perfectionist.
We’ll need to work together to make it work.
One of my first projects was to film myself on the side of the road in my driveway.
A few days later, I went out to shoot some birds on the hill.
Every morning I’d go into the backyard and record a few birds.
Then, at lunchtime, I’d record some other animals that were out there.
That’s how I started my business.
It was my first business, so it was definitely exciting.
But I realised that I couldn’t have that much success unless I made sure that the wildlife photographer community was involved.
There’s no other way to capture wildlife in this day and age.
To make it happen, I’ve started to work with some of the most important wildlife photographers in the country.
These include: Ben Tindall Ben is a wildlife cameraman who has captured the wildlife that’s currently in his backyard.
He also works in the fields with a variety of wildlife animals and has a love for nature and wildlife.
His website BenTindall.com is an amazing resource for people who want to take action and share their knowledge with the world.
Tom O’Leary Tom is a Wildlife Photographer who has been documenting wildlife for many years.
From the time he was five years old, Tom has been capturing wildlife in his local park.
At the age of seven, Tom moved to Sydney, and spent four years living in a rural area of New South Wales.
Today, Tom is the owner of Tindalls Natural Photography in Wollongong, NSW.
Although he doesn’t shoot wildlife, Tom lives a quiet life with his family.
Most of the time, Tom will be shooting birds, frogs and reptiles.
Each day, Tom takes photographs of different animals.
However, he also likes to take some selfies and film the moment.
Even though Tom lives in a remote area of NSW, he is a passionate conservationist.
Tom’s website TomSongs.com is a great resource for those who are looking for great photography and videos.
Ian Pannell Ian is a professional wildlife photographer and has worked with a number animal photographers in his own local area of Queensland.
On a typical day, Ian shoots wildlife from the bush to the sea.
While Ian is a bit obsessed with capturing birds, he loves to document other wildlife, too.