20 Wildlife Photography Tips

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About Peter Cairns

Based in the heart of Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park, Peter Cairns is an award-winning nature photographer, writer and contributor with a deep fascination for our relationship with the natural world. Peter has travelled extensively, especially in northern Europe, and covers a diverse range of topical conservation stories from wildlife tourism to the politics of predators... and most things in between.

Peter authors regular illustrated features in photographic and countryside magazines and has co-authored five books. He was one of the co-founders of the widely acclaimed Tooth & Claw predator project, from which the Highland Tiger initiative sprung. In 2006, Peter became a founding director of Wild Wonders of Europe, one of the biggest nature photography initiatives ever undertaken.

In 2008, along with colleague Mark Hamblin, Peter formed The Wild Media Foundation, a Social Enterprise that uses visual media to communicate a range of topical conservation stories. The most ambitious undertaking to date has been 2020VISION of which Peter is Project Coordinator. Peter has served as a director of Wild Scotland, the body representing nature tourism in
Scotland, and is presently a Board Member of Scottish charity, Trees for Life. He is a Senior Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers.


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