5 Secrets for Great Composition | Londolozi Blog

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Rae
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Superb advice, Kate! That ellie shot is magnificent! You folks have some mad photography skills. Thank you for sharing with us.

Kate Neill
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Hi Rae,

So glad you enjoyed the tips! Look forward to seeing you again soon?

Kunj Trivedi
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Tips on Composition of Wildlife subjects are not common and easy to have and it was interesting and also informative to find that what many times a wildlife photographer does instinctively and likes it has a reason. Thank you for the tips

Kate Neill
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Hi Kunj,

It is wonderful to have a platform for us to share our photographic knowledge with you! It is great to hear that you enjoyed the tips and found them helpful!

Regards,
Kate

Geri Potter
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Love the shot of the wild dogs for many reasons: they are following the path, they are in formation, the formation is
not symmetrical, but the photo is balanced.
Love the Tamaboti female because her sheer power and grace exudes through the frame.
My favorite is the ellies….so huge, so powerful, so majestic, but ALWAYS so careful, delicate and always as a family. Just so lovely!

Kate Neill
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Hi Geri,

Thanks for the comments! I completely agree, I really do love the ellies and they make for some great photographs!

Kate

Rich Laburn
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Excellent tips Kate, thanks for sharing your secrets.

Wendy Hawkins
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Well done Kate, the close up of the ellie family, small to big, with all the legs, the textures, water droplets, the light, its absolutely stunning in my book. The same one further, doesn’t give me the same pleasure, but for each his own! I have to ask you if you were using a big lens for the big ellie Bull, hes looking at you as if you are on the ground??? The rest are lovely as usual. Well done to you & all.
Have a good weekend

Arden Zalman
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My only tip is—take your pictures in Londolozi–you will never be disappointed, even if you are on automatic!

Chris
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Keep the photography tips coming!

John Wilson
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Hi Kate, thanks for the tips. I am pleased to see that I managed to get some of my shots right. Will do better next time in 2015.

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