N1574861609498 , via OnePlus 7T , Oct 11, 2020 : Hi guys! Oneplus has brought a sense of freedom in my life, to shoot any precious moment instantly. Not just it helped me to start a instagram page but also a youtube blogging channel. But if you are focusing in wildlife and nature photography. There are few tips and tricks i would like to share to capture the best shots. Before this here are some of my shots Most of the above shots i have actually captured as a slowmotion video. Its very hard to capture such moments. But you can also get such shots by following these tips: 1. If you see any butterfly on a tree leaves/flowers/plant. You should note that spot. A butterfly follows a behaviour where it definitely returns back to same spot. I don't know the science behind it but i have experienced it. 2. A butterfly in pairs will always be slow moving, may be they are mating. So you can easily capture theor slow motion video as they try to stick together and are slow in speed. 3. For shooting birds, first identify source of good food for them like fig plants, a tree with soft fruits. Birds naturally come to these plants. Most day time birds are most active in the time of 0900 hrs to 1300 hrs. This time is for their feeding For shooting such birds, you should either shoot it through a window in home or vehicle., so that your movements are not seen by birds. You can also make yourself a cardboard enclosure or box and shoot from that. 4. Water sources are very important for capturing animals, birds or insects. Either you will fund birds bathing there, animals drinking water or taking a bath. Find yourself a safe spot and capture shots. 5. You should research about mating season, type of bird, insect before hand. There are apps like Merlin bird ID by Cornell lab. These apps help bird watchers to identify type of bird by its shape , color, wing size and also by its voice. You can also use such apps to give a bird call, some time birds get curious by the sound and help in shooting. Thats all I have to share for now. But i will continue to share more of my experiences on nature photography in coming posts. Till then. Ciao!