Wildlife Photography Cheat Sheet

Wildlife Photography Cheat Sheet

This wildlife photography cheat sheet showcases important details on how to use basic settings for wildlife photography – Shuter Speed, Aperture (F-stop), and ISO.

Each subject is followed by visual diagrams that assist in remembering the basic settings needed for various photographic conditions.

I’ve had many people approach me and ask “how do you use your camera?” So, I went ahead and designed a cheat sheet card for quick reference. This is how I use my settings on my camera when photographing wildlife.

It’s for those of you that are new to manual mode with your Canon/Nikon cameras. If you get to know these three settings you’ll never switch back to auto ever again.

Enjoy!

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