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
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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?
When Austin Thomas started his photo journey, he had a rough idea of what was facing him ahead but what he did not expect was a love affair with Kenya.
Wildlife photography has changed beyond recognition and competition is at its peak. New techniques are being tested by many professional photographers.
Mark Sisson has the story and all the advice on Creative Use of Shutter Speed in camera for creativity and unique photography style.
It can be a frustrating business bringing wildlife awareness and conservation to the public. Steve and Ann Toon are doing their best to keep us informed.
Landscape photography is about short focal lengths for wide vistas, and wildlife photography requires gargantuan lenses that can pick out a grain of sand.
Auto ISO allows automatic control of ISO as a parameter in the shutter speed / aperture / ISO triad. However, does it work well in wildlife photography?
The question is, do we really have to own pro camera gear in order to make superb nature images? Kaleel Zibe expresses his thoughts.
Is wildlife photography really all that dangerous? Chris Gomersall challenges the assertion that wildlife photography is the prerogative of the brave.
Wildlife photography should mean muddy boots, frozen extremities, and exceptional amounts of patience, Yet we spend vast amounts of time doing admin jobs.