Tips and Techniques

southern hawker dragonfly
3 ways to photograph the wildlife in your pond, with photographer Laurie Campbell. 
‘Forest stag’ by Michel d'Oultremont, Belgium
Wildlife Photographer of the Year category winner Michel d’Oultremont reveals how he captured this amazing shot. 
Angle Poise by Marc Albiac, Spain
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 category winner Marc Albiac reveals how he captured this amazing shot. 
Glimpse of the Underworld by Christian Vizl, Mexico
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 winner Christian Vizl reveals how he took this amazing shot. 
The Long Embrace by Anton Lilja, Sweden
Wildlife Photographer of the Year finalist Anton Lilja reveals how he captured his winning shot. 
Bottlenose dolphin by Rhian
Experienced dolphin photographer Tim Stenton offers his tips for capturing the wildlife of the Moray Firth.
Vanishing lions by Skye Meaker, South Africa
Wildlife Photographer of the Year finalist Skye Meaker reveals how he captured this winning picture.  
Urban fox
Wildlife photographer Sam Hobson shares his top tips on how to take pictures of urban wildlife. 
Mute swans by Trevor Rees/BWPA
Calling all wildlife photographers! The British Wildlife Photography Awards is open for entries until 2 May 2015.
‘The Tourist’ (greylag goose) by Lee Acaster
Lee Acaster was awarded Overall Winner in the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) 2014. Here he shares his top tips on how to win the competition. 
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