Wildlife & Nature Photography at Rockbrook Camera!
Shoot better wildlife & nature photography with Rockbrook Camera!
Our wildlife & nature photographer Bill Koley (photo credit above) knows what it takes to capture these images...and we want to share with you the lenses you'll need and classes you can attend to achieve beautiful wildlife & nature shots.
The Best Lenses for Wildlife & Nature Photography:
Sigma's Contemporary 150-600mm f/5 - 6.3 DG OS HSM
Exemplifying the outstanding performance of the Contemporary line, this lens offers the same high optical performance in a lightweight package ideal for a wide variety of photographic scenes. Click the Contemporary lenses below for specific pricing information depending on your camera manufacturer mount. Available in a Canon mount and a Nikon mount.
Sigma's Sport 150-600mm f/5 - 6.3 DG OS HSM
The Sigma Sport 150-600mm high-end lens features outstanding optical and action-capture performance combined with a highly durable body. A hyper-telephoto zoom optimized for professional use. Click the Sports lenses below for specific pricing information depending on your camera manufacturer mount. Available in Canon mount and Nikon mount.
Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2
The compact and stylish Tamron 150-600mm G2 is perfect for those who love to take close-up shots of wildlife and sports. Its Vibration Compensation helps you shoot clear, crisp images while the moisture-resistant protection keeps your lens dry. Click the lenses below for specific pricing information depending on your camera manufacturer mount. Available in Canon mount, Nikon mount, and Sony mount.
Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC
This Tamron lens is the first ultra - telephoto all-in-one zoom lens made for the APS-C format. The impressive focal length range can capture everything from tele-macro images to far away animals and landscapes with amazing detail and clarity.
Available in Canon mount and Nikon mount.
Need help with the "how"? We have a class for that!
Rockbrook Camera's Wildlife Photography class will help you understand how to take full advantage of what these lenses and your equipment can do. We will also cover strategies to help you be in better position for capturing wildlife imagery. Click here for available class times! (Note: this class does not run year-round.)