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Interview with Danny Green

Interview with Danny Green
Whether he’s floating out to sea to photograph puffins or studying ospreys, wildlife photographer Danny Green is fixated on getting the shot no one has yet seen. He shares the secrets of self publishing, work flow and chasing the light

How did you get into photography and why did you decide to specialise in wildlife?
I’ve always had an interest in the natural world and remember watching David Attenborough’s Life On Earth series in the late 70s when I grew up. I was fascinated. My grandad was also a keen bird watcher and had a great influence on me. He used to take me fishing and show me kingfisher nests and water voles, but I didn’t get into photography until I was about 18-years-old. I went on safari...

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