Dirk Metzmacher December 2nd, 2016

20 spectacular Wildlife Photography Examples for your Inspiration

From a close-up of a wasp to a herd of wild horses: Everyone loves beautifully composed photos of majestic wildlife. An adventurous journey to different species and locations. We couldn`t pick a favorite. Here are 20 striking Wildlife Photography examples for your inspiration.

Fénec The soul of the desert

Look at this sweet guy: a fennec (desert fox) from Morocco. It`s the smallest species of the family. wildlife1 © José Mingorance

Ice age giant

Roy Mangersnes is a award-winning wildlife photographer living in Norway. It`s so cold there: wildlife2 © Roy Mangersnes

O Dandelion

Boris Godfroid is an insect macro and nature photographer. Look at his colorful Insect portraits. wildlife3 © Boris Godfroid

The Power of the Criollo

Chris is famous for the highest quality of wildlife and nature pictures. The Criollo is the native horse of Uruguay. wildlife4 © Chris Schmid

Underwater Elephant

Vitaly Sokol loves underwater photography. One of the most challenging types of photography. wildlife5 © Vitaliy Sokol

Frog and strawberry

What a combination: a Frog and a strawberry. Great colors and sharp contrasts. wildlife6 © Oleksandr Voloshyn

American Alligator

Eric is a Self employed press technician, with a great passion for shooting nature photos. wildlife7 © Eric Isley

Portrait of an Eastern Screech Owl

Graham McGeorge's work is published in such publications as National Geographic, NY Times Magazine, BBC Wildlife Magazine and much more. wildlife8 © Graham McGeorge

Moose in mist

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service loves Wildlife Photography. Take a look at the official Photostream. wildlife9 © U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Sergey Polyushko is a Ukrainian photographer. He mastered the art of eye-catching animal portraits. wildlife10 © Sergey Polyushko

Hands up

Georg Scharf is a nature photographer from Luxemburg. His landscapes and wildlife photos are spectacular. wildlife11 © Georg Scharf

Size doesn't matter

Hint: The pelican swallows everything. There's also a small fish visible in the pic that ended the same way. wildlife12 © daniele paccaloni

Duelling Tigers

A play fight in some water at Tiger Palace in Bangkok, Thailand. The capturing of movement is amazing. wildlife13 © Daniel Sakal

Fox

What a curious baby fox. Please take a look at Roberts galleries. wildlife14 © Robert Adamec

Curiosity of a Chimpanzee in Men

A chimpanzee at the Limbe Wildlife center in Cameroon. A playful peek from underneath the thence. wildlife15 © suzanne van dalsen

Om

Pedro Jarque Krebs is one of the best nature and wildlife photographers that you should know. wildlife16 © Pedro Jarque Krebs

Spontaneous Moments

A harbor seal rests, if only for a moment, in this magic scenery. wildlife17 © ralph pace

Cherry blossom season

Gorgeous blend of sharpness and blur. And saturated colors! wildlife18 © FuYi Chen

Gentoo Chicks

Richard has specialized in environmental filmmaking and nature photography. These are two newly hatched Gentoo Penguin chicks. wildlife19 © Richard Sidey

Swifts Over the Fall

This picture was shot at the majestic Iguazú Falls. wildlife20 © Francesco Filippo Pellegrini

Dirk Metzmacher

Dirk Metzmacher is a professional Photoshop trainer, book author and designed with over 10 years of experience. He is also a creative mind behind Photoshop Weblog, a blog about techniques, tutorials and resources related to Adobe Photoshop.

9 comments

  1. nice n great wild photography collection. every each was very good n great work.thanks for this picks and sharing this.

  2. Just saw your wildlife collections. Collections are excellent. Taking a good shot with the camera is tough. The photographer has to wait for serval hour to take a perfect shot. One more thing it also depends on the person who takes a photograph in such way.

  3. Hi Dirk! In all respects, it’s the best wildlife photo collections. For the first time, I saw your amazing collection of photography. We always like to look pretty things like that. Love this natural lighting photo.

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