Everyone loves a good wildlife photo and with all the good amateurs and pros out there, you can find thousands of them with a simple search phrase or two on any search engine. Once in a while, though, you'll stumble on one that goes beyond “good” and becomes something more, simply because it has a certain something that the others lack.
There is no one specific thing that makes the difference; it's often something very subtle that the photographer included in the frame or just great . The point is, great wildlife photographers are always on the lookout for those minute details that take their images to the next level. Here are 6 examples:
Red Deer Stag: framed perfectly by the background trees.
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Grizzly Bear (Ursus arctos horribilis): Those out-of-focus flowers in the foreground are a great touch.
Hippopotamus: Yes, there's a hippo in all that water.
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African Elephant at Sunset: This one's pretty obvious.
Leopard Mother and Cub: Parenting done right.
Binocular Recommendation: Photographers love this set HERE.