As we learn how to better our photography skills, eventually - Creativity becomes a top priority. The merging of a camera and all the technical functions and values with nature becomes an "adventure in creativity."
My suggestion to people who have such interests would be to study your "line". I terms of creative photography, the line is the relative positioning of the camera, subject, and environment. Many factors come into play here.
Distance to the subject, size of the subject, distance from the subject to the background, colours, direction and intensity of the available light, length or millimeters of your lens, just to name a few. Evaluating the opportunity for a pure nature image is critical, and the time it takes to be creative can be short, sometimes a very few seconds as we see my chance for this warthog shot happened very quickly.
Another huge factor in animal wildlife and bid photography is one's ability to anticipate nature. When we see animals interact with the environment, other aspects of nature can be a very important aspect towards making successful images. Working with photographers in Africa can be a very exciting and rewarding experience!
More tours / safari's to Tanzania, Africa coming soon.
Raymond Barlow Wildlife Photography.
Warthog in Ngorogoro Crater
RJB Tanzania, Africa Tours
1/3200s f/4.0 at 350.0mm iso400