Five Guides For Becoming A More Thoughtful Wildlife Photographer

Wildlife photography often requires significant time, expense and effort, but for those who can make it happen, the results are worth it. However, it’s important to put your subjects’ welfare first. With a passion for ethical wildlife photography, Melissa Groo’s mission is to educate people on the marvels of the natural world while disrupting her animal subjects as little as possible. The following five guides are invaluable resources for those interested in learning how to protect animals and preserve their environments.

1. Lessons In Wildlife Photography


This guide covers the gear, techniques and more intangible insights gained from years as a wildlife photographer. It’s informative for those starting out in wildlife photography, and even for more experienced photographers who are looking to improve their work. Read more …