Shetland in Summer with Mark Sisson

A dull day on the rugged cliffs of Shetland is not a dull day for wildlife photographers. Mark Sisson shows how to produce impactful pictures when thinking creatively about the technical capabilities of your equipment

The summer months are often a challenge for wildlife photographers. At face value they offer so much potential as it’s such a busy time in the natural world. It’s breeding season for most, if not all, bird species including many migratory ones only around for that purpose. Then, there’s the emergence of the young of many mammals offering plenty of ‘aaah’ factor image opportunities, and for macro lovers it’s the ultimate season for dragonflies, butteflies and floral subjects too. Certainly here in the northern hemisphere...

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Mark Sisson

Mark is a widely published and award-winning nature photographer. As a Director of Natures Images, the leading wildlife photography holiday and workshop business, he has many opportunities to travel with his camera, as well as the opportunity to share his passion and knowledge for nature photography.

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