Wildlife Photography doesn’t need much Introduction. What makes us go in awe is the amount of patience time and dedication most of the grand masters of wildlife photography usually put in to get a good shot. Unlike other genres this requires a huge bit of investment on the gear too, with some lenses weighing as much as 50 Pounds. Making any swift motion completely out of equation, yet the quality of pictures is always scintillating.

Here we have collected some amazing portfolio websites of Wildlife Photographers around the world. Please check their galleries and get inspired. This list would surely be a boost to all aspiring Wildlife Photographers out there. Most of the photographers are available in Facebook and Twitter, follow them for regular updates. Click on the Image to view the particular website. We hope to bring more of these list in the future.

As always, if we’ve missed something you think should have been included, please let us know in the comments.

Don’t miss to check our previous list of Wildlife Photographers

Susan McConnell

I feel that wildlife photography has an important purpose: powerful images help connect people with our natural heritage and stimulate a commitment to conservation. Our planet is an amazing place, and we need to preserve its wonders for future generations. Ever since I was a little girl, I have been interested in animal behavior. Like many girls who eventually became scientists, I wanted to be Jane Goodall (or someone like her) when I grew up. However, rather than studying animal behavior in the field, I now study brain development in the lab. As a Professor of Biology at Stanford University in Stanford, California, I am trying to understand how neural circuits get built with exquisite precision during fetal development. In addition to my research, I teach courses on brain development and conservation photography to undergraduate students.

Susan McConnell - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Mark Dumbleton

I am a wildlife and landscape photographer based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Born with a passion for the outdoors, I travel through Africa photographing the events and nuances of the natural world. Evoking an emotion through my photography evolved from a life-long passion for nature. Capturing the unique beauty of a location and it’s wildlife or landscape motivates me to invest as much time as I do out in the wilderness, focusing on nothing more than to potentially create a photograph with enough emotion and visual drama to tell a story; to justify to the viewer the immense beauty of that experience. The photographs on this website portray my passion for this, in a way that is both creative and natural, sometimes pushing the boundaries to obtain that unique perspective on our natural world. I photograph nature in its purest form because I love it, and I love to share my work with people who appreciate it.

Mark Dumbleton

 

Laura Dyer

I love to travel, and I love photography, as it allows me to better appreciate the wonderful things I see. I am happiest when sitting camera in hand, watching one of Africa’s great mammals crossing the plains, or a polar bear hunting on the ice. Nothing inspires me as much as a sunrise, and nowhere in Africa thrills me as does the Kalahari. I have also fallen for the Arctic, and her beautiful wildlife and landscapes- this fragile ecosystem on top of the world is captivating in every sense of the word, and I don’t believe its a place that can ever be ‘seen’. I take every opportunity to get out into the bush, or to travel to other countries. My passion is wildlife photography, and since I began taking photo’s three years ago, I haven’t let a free moment pass without a trip to the bush.

Laura Dyer

 

Frans Lanting

A pair of Great Photographers Frans Lanting, Chris Eckstrom. Almost achieved and appeared in all leading magazines and grand awards. They are considered to be one of the great photographers of our time.

Frans Lanting - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Stephen Oachs

Stephen W. Oachs is an award-winning photographer, successful entrepreneur and technology veteran, who began his journey in photography the moment he picked up his first SLR camera. Ever since, his lenses have focused on the inspiring majesty of mother earth and the unflinching beauty of the animal kingdom.
Completely self-taught, Stephen’s unique and distinctive style is earning him recognition as one of today’s finest digital nature photographers. He was recognized in 2007 as wildlife photographer of the year by the National Wildlife Federation and was awarded best nature photographer in 2008 by National Geographic Magazine for his work photographing the endangered snow leopard.

Stephen Oachs - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Tom Hadley

A Fantastic Photographer who works with many NGOs’s , very passionate about wildlife photography. His Pictures of wild cats are very captivating. He alos does workshops and tuition’s like many other wildlife Photographers here.

Tom Hadley - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Wolf Ademeit

My pictures never try to take account of actual circumstances. They are my elegy on an animal world which disappears in tragic way every day more and more. In contrast to the wild life photography, the animals in the zoo normally in an environment that is artificial, highly distracting and make an artistic design difficult. Therefore, as a photographic technology, I dark all picture parts which are not necessary to the picture creation. As in the portrait photography I try to find the position in which the animals present themselves as an individual or kind is best.

Wolf Ademeit - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Roeselien Raimond

Foxes at their very best under the best lighting conditions with a best photographer. Meet Roeselien who has pictured these light drawings of foxes and many other wild animals  A Complete Portfolio definitely worth taking a look.

Roeselien Raimond - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Stephen Earle

I am an amateur photographer and naturalist from White River, South Africa. During the day I practice as an attorney but I try to spend most of my free time photographing the beauty of Africa. He calls himself an amateur which we don’t have to believe to.. kindly take a look here to achieve a conclusion. Some Splendid Wildlife Photography by Stephen Earle.

Stephen Earle - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Urszula Kozak

Grand Elephants beneath storming clouds, stellar locations in Africa. A Typical Urszula kozak’s shot. His passion for this sport is much visible in his Photographs. here.

Urszula Kozak - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Hennie van Heerden

Subtle lighting with carnivores all over the frame, fantastic colorful display altogether in here portfolio. Take a look for you to rejoice in the underneath of the wildlife beauty

Hennie van Heerden - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Andrew Parkinson

I love to travel, and I love photography, as it allows me to better appreciate the wonderful things I see. I am happiest when sitting camera in hand, watching one of Africa’s great mammals crossing the plains, or a polar bear hunting on the ice. Nothing inspires me as much as a sunrise, and nowhere in Africa thrills me as does the Kalahari. I have also fallen for the Arctic, and her beautiful wildlife and landscapes- this fragile ecosystem on top of the world is captivating in every sense of the word, and I don’t believe its a place that can ever be ‘seen’. I take every opportunity to get out into the bush, or to travel to other countries. My passion is wildlife photography, and since I began taking photo’s three years ago, I haven’t let a free moment pass without a trip to the bush.

Andrew Parkinson - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Alexander Mustard

Some never seen magic creatures and species of underwater. Fantastic skills with a great portfolio, capturing them in a very unique and artistic way must be a art for Alex Mustard.

Alexander Mustard - The Best Wildlife Photographer

 

Richard Peters

Although based in the urban surroundings of London, my love of wildlife means I spend as much time as I can in the more rural parts of the country or, at any given chance, the more distant parts of the world in pursuit of my next photo. This passion, inspired in a big way from growing up watching the BBCs incredible wildlife documentaries, has taken me to some amazing places and I’m delighted my efforts have been recognized by way of being awarded in various competitions including the highly prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year (WPOTY) and the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA). However, I must confess the highlight of my journey so far has been the absolute privilege of meeting the star of those natural history BBC documentaries, Sir David Attenborough. – Richard peters

Richard Peters

 

Grant Atkinson

I grew up in the Transkei, along South Africa’s eastern coastline. It was there that I developed a keen interest in wildlife. In 1999 I moved to northern Botswana and joined Wilderness Safaris as a field guide. I spent twelve years in Botswana before relocating to Cape Town in South Africa. Today I guide safaris all over Africa. I am both a naturalist and a photographer, with deeply-rooted interests in all forms of wildlife. During my time in Botswana, I was actively involved in monitoring lion populations in the private concession areas that are operated by Wilderness Safaris.

Grant Atkinson

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