Professional wildlife photographer John E. Marriott shares his delight in photographing bears in the wild and tells us why there is still a need to safeguard their future in British Columbia.
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Armed with helpful tips to plan a successful photography experience, mark sisson takes us on a trip to the mountainous region of Patagonia, known for its abundant wildlife.
A successful conservation programme is in place across South Eastern Europe in an effort to save our largest freshwater bird but is the Red List’s new categorisation of near-threatened a little premature? Ellie Rothnie explores whether the measures are enough to protect them.
Photographer and Field Guide Ross Couper explains his top technical tips for capturing the ultimate image of the notoriously elusive leopard.
Professional wildlife photographers Ann and Steve Toon tell the story of Africa’s First Peace Park – Kgalagadi – a place of pristine wilderness that has continued to welcome them back for more than 20 years
Wildlife photographer Ben Hall offers a guide to photographing the Galapagos Islands – from ideal lenses and accessibility, to its unique wildlife
Being swept up in the light and dust of Africa is a dream for many a wildlife photographer. Yet what is the key to locking down those once-in-a-lifetime images of the big five? Piper Mackay shares her must-read guide
Always wanted to learn how to create fine art wildlife images? Professional wildlife photographer Tom Way outlines the key components to this style of photography
Enchanted by feathers and wings? Professional wildlife photographer Drew Buckley uncovers the key components behind compelling bird photography
Wildlife photographer Tom Way explains how to create timeless monochrome nature images
Ben Hall describes how taking in the bigger picture and photographing wildlife in landscape can offer a wealth of creative opportunities
Add an extra dramatic dimension to your photos with creative use of natural light. Award winning wildlife photographer Richard Peters explains how
Ross Hoddinott outlines the art of stalking smaller subjects with minimal disturbance and using a longer focal length for maximum impact
Camouflaged and secretive but incredibly striking when caught on camera, miniature creatures can pose significant challenges. Ross Hoddinott explains …
Wildlife photographer and filmmaker Chris Schmid talks to WPM about drones, human-lion conflict and his fascination with mysterious animals
US based wildlife photographer Tin Man Lee shares his influences, inspirations and best advice for budding wildlife photographers
Reader Guest Editor Harry Collins discusses the hot topic of whether expensive photography gear is needed order to take breathtaking pictures. He offers his advice on how to make the most of what you have and can afford
Scottish natural history photographer Laurie Campbell talks about the importance of fieldcraft and his latest book, Scotland’s Wild Heart
Rathika Ramasamy explores the wonderful world of wildlife in her native India, explaining how the behaviour of various species can be a joy to discover, photograph and narrate, particularly when you understand their way of life
Ellie Rothnie goes back to her roots and shares her photographic influences, how to create stand out images and shows why embracing the elements is essential
With care and technique, darkness can shed light upon the biography of life, capturing the essence of a species. With advice from Jared Lloyd, we’ll be embracing the dark side of wildlife photography.
Celebrating 20 years as a professional wildlife photographer, Ross Hoddinott tells us of his first camera, how he paved his career path and explains why the absence of ethical guidelines in close-up photography needs addressing
What does it take to create an outstanding nature picture that evokes emotion? Wildlife photographer Laurie Rubin discusses connecting with nature.
Creating a picture that tells a story and depicts animal behaviour is a challenge for any wildlife photographer. Mark Sisson discusses different approaches.
Break the mould, be creative and try various shutter speeds. As Mark Sisson says you might find something that will suit your style in an immense way…