Renowned wildlife photographer and bow hunter Tony Bynum shares with us some great wildlife photography tips, advice, and philosophy. As well as some tips on just capturing the memory of the hunt and taking better hunting photos.
Today’s interview came about somewhat of my own intrigue and curiosity, though I think there are a lot of really great takeaways even for those who have no need for wildlife photography advice. Tony Bynum is an amazing wildlife photographer, but first and foremost, he is a hunter. We talk about how his passions have benefited each other and helped him become better in both. Tony has traveled the world capturing that special moment for hunters on all kinds of expeditions. I really enjoyed this interview and think there is great advice for taking hunting photos, wildlife photography tips, and for life in general. Hopefully, with some tips from Tony, you will be on your way to capturing your hunt of a lifetime with the photo to match. If you guys like this interview let me know, or if you have recommendations for other guest on other topics message me on Facebook or twitter. Enjoy!
- Backcountry Hunters and Anglers
- Where content meets context
- Photography for hunters
- Wildlife photography tips
- What came first hunting or photography
- Photographing what you love
- Getting into wildlife photography
- Choosing wildlife photography vs. hunting
- Focus on one thing
- Experience vs equipment
- What do you want to do with that picture
- Starter gear for getting started in photography ($500)
- Curbing buck fever
- Using a iphone for harvest photos
- Nikon 1 AW1 (I want one…)
- Animal setups for grip and grin hunting photos
- Check out Tony Bynum’s hunt photos at www.tonybynum.com
- Instagram @huntphoto
- Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA)
Be sure to check out Tony’s work and tell him thank you for the wildlife photography tips and tricks!
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