In this interview, Richard Peters explains his inspirations and why he believes you don’t have to travel to exotic locations to get great photos
Perdita describes her style and wildlife photography goals with some helpful tips for wildlife photography enthusiasts
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
Wildlife photographer Jaymi Heimbuch shares her best advice for aspiring photographers and tells of how she helps to preserve wild species
British wildlife photographer Russell Savory is a man who will stop at almost nothing to achieve the perfect shot. His secret? Understanding his subjects.
Alison describes why photographing big cats such as tigers, jaguars and lions is her passion in this quick-fire interview…
Social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram are now regarded as an essential means to marketing your photography. David Lloyd offers his advice on the matter…
How can we create interesting pictures of diverse wildlife around us without having to travel to far away lands? Brian P. Slade offers a few pointers
Alaska’s Pribilof Islands are one of the world’s great seabird photography hotspots, as Marie Read discovers
Wildlife Photographer Federico Veronesi reveals how his passion for Africa began as a small boy and his worries for the future of its wildlife…
Is wildlife all about photographing big animals of the African Savannah, or is there more to it? Mark Sisson reflects…
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The onset of winter marks an acutely active time in the high country as animals fight for the right to breed and propagate their species. Jared Lloyd explains…
There’s more to a successful animal portrait than filling the frame with the face of the subject, says David Lloyd…
Most photographers have a genre they love and are passionate about. However, as Mark Sisson says, it is nice to try different fields from time to time…
Great light, superb settings and almost all night shootings. Mark Sisson explains why all these factors are his inspiration and passion for photographing the birdlife at the north of our continent
How many cameras and lenses are in your kit bag? David Lloyd wonders if we’d all be better photographers if we just went out with less gear in our bags.
During the winter snow and ice, mountain hares wear their white winter coats. Mark Hamblin provides some expert advice from his encounters with these denizens of the Scottish mountains
What is style? Who invented it? How do we create it? In today’s competitive world of wildlife photography, it’s all about identifying what can set your pictures apart and weathering the times, says Peter Cairns
Why do Puffins capture the hearts and lenses of wildlife photographers? Mark Sisson shares his advice on photographing puffins.
Thinking of embarking on a photographic wildlife safari? David Lloyd, who has been both client and host, tells you the most important factors to consider when making that all important wildlife photo safari booking.
When it comes to seeing different image opportunities in wildlife photography, a combination of preparation, observation and a mental checklist can help.
Leopard Geckos, Bearded Dragons, lizards, snakes and frogs. Some people have a fascination with these extraordinary creatures, Jack Perks explains why.
At the Cairngorms, like anywhere, there are divergent viewpoints driving policy on how best to manage a National Park. Which species should live there?