Spring is unfolding before our eyes and nature is busy. It’s the perfect time to get out and shoot. If you’re enchanted by the kind of species with feathers and wings, this issue is sure to light up your lens. UK wildlife photographer and workshop leader Drew Buckley serves up his advice for compelling bird photographs, from mastering the basics to failsafe compositions.
Not only that, we also have a feature from another award-winning photographer, Sam Hobson, on the topic of urban wildlife photography. Sam’s creative take on the wildlife that lurks in our gardens, streets and parks shows that images of doorstep wildlife can be just as thought provoking and impressive. Stir up some different ideas for your portfolio with this article.
All this and more from our photography community who love to share their wildlife images each month. If you haven’t yet submitted your work yet, why not send us your best shots?
From the African savannah to far-flung remote destinations, wildlife photographers are often drawn to travelling further afield. Wildlife photographer Sam Hobson shares his experience of photographing urban wildlife