Wildlife Photography in Congaree National Park Part 1


Video clip Rating: four / 5

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23 Responses to “Wildlife Photography in Congaree National Park Part 1”

  1. Colin Knight

    @kshollywood agree. Wildlife photographers need to be more stealthy with some wildlife since we need them to hang around longer than hunters do.

  2. kshollywood

    Jetfire268 in wildlife photography you have to use the same equipment,the same skills and a lot of the calls,cover scent,rattling horns,owl calls, exactly what hunters would use.

  3. Colin Knight

    @Mindcrime121 yeah you have to be careful

  4. Jetfire268

    I think you got photography mixed up hunting.

  5. Colin Knight

    @l67swap1 as important as water. Haha

  6. l67swap1

    Quick draw the off .. lol I gotta try that 😉

  7. ThePhotoXpeditions

    Wildlife Photography is a passion for many people. Its limits are boundless and it can become your profession if you put your heart and soul into it. Congaree is just a perfect venue for that passion – thank you for sharing!

  8. cemput tigatiga

    0:30 Bugs spray ? ha ha ha…

  9. Gunner5053

    Thanks for your in-depth description of your gear. It’s a real must for me! I also watched the video you posted, the one outside your house snapping a Bluebird. You covered, exposure times, settings and also the reason for using a flash on the day. I believe as a consequence of your absolute coverage my photography has now improved. Many thanks. By the way, well done on winning a pair of binoculars.


    Nice video, I just walked a nice trail today and for those that don’t know, 30 pounds feels like 100 pounds after about 20 or so minutes so, pack light as you can… and be ready to pack up and head out…But always make sure you didn’t leave anything or drop anything. You won’t want to to go back and retrieve it later..if you can even find it..Lens caps, filter and such tend to disappear easily on the trail! Thanks Man!

  11. sveine86

    u havent seen many mosquito’s before u have been at Finnmarksvidda in north Norway.

  12. FrobblOo

    sry my english isnt the best in understanding spoken english. what do you use the flash for in nature photography and tele lens?

  13. King Ian David

    just like blairwitch project!!!

  14. assassin616

    lol, like you had to tell us there was a bug on the camera 5*

  15. theundefined18

    LOL at the random bug on the camera

  16. wlnatur

    Very nice Video  beste grüße fr germany Wolfgang

  17. Snakeman418

    You like snakes and photography, just like me. Keep up the good work and good luck on your shots.

  18. Narkodas

    It certainly looks like a nice bag, and it’s pretty usefull to store a lens like that inside the bag that easily.
    Sadly, it is a fact photography equipment is expensive most of the time yeah..

  19. Narkodas

    What camera bag did you use in this video? It looked quite nice.

  20. parr0th3ad88

    You from the Columbia, SC area?

  21. heyheyheybra

    I have been using my Canon 40D for about a year now and I’m wanting to upgrade to a 50D very soon but I have been hearing rumours of a 60D to be released at the end of tghe year that comes with HD video! Has anyone else heard of this??

  22. Angus K

    Haven’t watched part two yet but so far this is exactly the sort of video iv’e been looking for, nice job and nice lens.
    Subbed : )

  23. FischerPhotography

    Good Video. What camera were you using? I don’t think you said. I use the Canon 40D with the canon 600mm lens. I’ll head over and watch part two!!