Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas is a UK-based professional wildlife photographer who uses innovation and technology to get fresh perspectives in his work. Burrard-Lucas has founded Camtraptions, a firm that specializes in products for camera trap photography as well as WildlifePhoto.com, an online resource that offers educational material and safaris for photographers interested in capturing the wild.Also Read - Amazon Suffers Major Outrage; Many Sites Affected Including Prime Videos, Disney+ And Kindle
Burrard-Lucas is in the news for the photographs featured below. Captured using the DSLR camera trap system that Will developed himself, these photographs show various animals — from elephants and giraffes to jackals, porcupines and leopards — in their natural surroundings. The camera traps are nothing but stationary cameras with motion sensors so they automatically fire when an animal is detected. They can be left in the wild and come in handy to capture nocturnal activity of animals. They are also ideal because they do not interfere with the life of animals in the wild. Also Read - Horoscope Today, November 8, Wednesday: Aries Will Reap The Fruits of Success, Capricorn Should Face Their Fears
Lucas placed these camera traps around watering holes in the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) for a project in association with the World Wildlife Fund aimed at helping scientists learn more about the migration patterns of these wild creatures. The result was some extraordinary high-definition photographs with stunning clarity and remarkable colors taken over a period of three months. Have a look at these 20 stunning wildlife photos and tell us if you’ve seen better! Also Read - LIVE Australia vs England Cricket Score Ashes 1st Test, Day 1 Match Latest Updates
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Check out more of Will Burrard Lucas’ work on his website.