Tiger Photos


There is no experience like photographing a tiger at close range! They’re magnificent creatures and beautiful. In the wild, this would be rather difficult and expensive, but at my workshops we work with tigers that have been hand raised in front of a camera. You’ll be close enough to here her “talk” to her trainer and you’ll make a ton of great images for your wildlife photography portfolio!

Fun And Interesting Tiger Facts

  • the largest members of the cat family
  • capable of killing animals over twice its size
  • no two have exactly the same stripes
  • can reach a length of up to 11 feet (3.3 metres) and weigh as much as 660 lbs (300 kilograms)
  • can see in the dark six times better than humans can
The collective noun for a group of tigers is an ambush, or a streak. For once I really don’t have a quarrel with either one of those collective nouns so carry on!

Tiger Photo Gallery

Tiger walking along the water with reflection by Jeff Wendorff

Tiger Reflection

Tiger Pan Blur for motion effect by Jeff Wendorff

Tiger Pan Blur for motion effect

Tiger mock attack on a toy with a big splash in the water photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Tiger mock attack on a toy

Tiger playing in the water photographed by Jeff Wendorff

Tiger playing in the water

Tiger wading towards the photographer by Jeff Wendorff

Tiger wading towards the photographer

Tiger Photography Portfolio

I’ve photographed tigers many times and someday I’ll cross off a trip to India for a wild one or two! In the meantime you can enjoy the fruits of my many tiger photo sessions by visiting my online gallery. You’ll see many more tiger images and you can order prints or license images for your own needs. Check out the tigersHERE.

Tiger Photography Workshop

Once you have amused yourself with my stripe of tiger photos, you are hopefully thinking that you’d like to make your own photos of tigers. Well it turns out that you can! I have several workshops a year that feature tiger photography. You can find them online at Wildlife Workshops…HERE.

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