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Free Content • Macro Marvels

Zoologist and conservationist Victoria Hillman has a passion for the smaller subjects of the animal kingdom. She explains the techniques needed to create artistic macro pictures

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Stalking Brown Hares

Stalking Brown Hares

Easily disturbed, the brown hare is a subject that requires considered fieldwork. Mark Hamblin talks alternative methods to guarantee a great shot

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Remembering Rhinos

Remembering Rhinos

Images by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers are being brought together in a new book for 2017 named Remembering Rhinos. WPM caught up with the founder of both projects, Margot Raggett to find out more

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Curious Characters

In the third and final chapter of our Arctic Encounter series, nature photographer Joshua Holko showcases a curious character of the Arctic, the walrus. We get the lowdown on the techniques behind these shots

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Roaming Point Reyes

Boasting bobcats, coyotes, black-tailed deer and elk, the wildlife-rich area of Point Reyes National Seashore in California is a prime location for wildlife photographers. Melissa Groo offers her must-read advice for photographers planning a visit

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Interview • Anup Shah

WPM chats to award-winning wildlife photographer Anup Shah about how he works to capture the authentic personalities of wild animals in the Mara

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Osprey Heaven In Florida with Melissa Groo

Osprey are birds that many wildlife photographers long to capture on camera. Melissa Groo heads to Blue Cypress Lake, Florida, a hotspot for these glorious birds, offering her advice on how, when and where to photograph them

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Running Wild

Mark Hamblin reports from the field following a snowy adventure in the Highlands to photograph the elusive mountain hare. With a little patience and preparation, interesting pictures of these creatures can be created, Mark explains

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