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The Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 Competition has now started its global search for the most inspiring, evocative, compelling, challenging nature images.
As the digital revolution opens up a new world of possibilities, Mark Carwardine considers the rights and wrongs of wildlife photography.
Pro photographer Andy Parkinson explains how he got this cute rabbit photograph and shares his top tips for getting the perfect shot.
October is a highlight of the wildlife photography calendar. As some of the world's finest photographers descend on London for Wildlife Photographer of the Year, we invite 10 of the big names speaking at WildPhotos to share their top tips.
Don’t ignore reptiles and amphibians – they can be the most rewarding photographic subjects you’ll ever encounter. You just need a bit of old-fashioned fieldwork and plenty of patience to capture a really special image.
Pro photographer David Kjaer explains how he got his best pied flycatcher shot and shares his top photography tips.
Pro photographer Danny Green explains how he got his best otter shot and shares his top tips.
Birds make fabulous photographic subjects. But to get close to your subject you must concentrate on your field skills as much as your photographic ability.
Pulling back from your subject and revealing the world in which it lives enables you to imbue the image with tension and drama. But to make this work, here are a few simple but important lessons.