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Creating Moving Wildlife Photographs – an interview with Martin Bailey (Podcast 385)

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Hi folks! By the time I release this, I’ll be starting my Iceland tour with Tim Vollmer and 14 passionate photographers. It doesn’t get much better than this! 

Anyway, while I’m away, I wanted to share a recent interview that fellow TWiP co-host Darlene Hildebrandt recorded with me a few weeks ago. It was a good discussion about creating moving wildlife photographs, as in emotionally moving, not physically moving. 🙂

I’ve put an iPhone sized version in the Podcast feed, and below is the full sized video from Darlene’s YouTube channel. The photos I talked about are below the video.

Note that Darlene has also created a landing page for MBP listeners/readers, with a free gift for you here:

I’ll try to post something while I’m on the road too, but the long days in Iceland will probably make that difficult. Hell, as much as I love you guys, I’d rather be out photographing Iceland than writing blog posts, but we’ll see how it goes. 🙂

I hope you enjoy this, and I’ll see you on the flip-side!

Here are the photos I discuss. Click on an image and navigate back and forth with your mouse or keyboard arrow keys.

Mother & Child

Mother & Child



QI #2

QI #2

Song For The Pintails

Song For The Pintails

King Penguin Tender Moment

King Penguin Tender Moment

Syncronized Gentoos

Synchronized Gentoos

Pensive Power

Pensive Power


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  • Paul Henman (@paul_henman)
    Posted at 20:11h, 27 August Reply

    Great interview; that quote (“There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing”) is attributed to Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (aka Ranulph Fiennes), the famous explorer who also ran seven marathons in seven days on seven continents just months after a double heart bypass operation!

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 03:14h, 29 August Reply

      Thanks Paul.

      Yeah, I drew a blank, but know it as being from Sir Ranulph Twisleton. I never bothered to try to remember the full name. 🙂


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