Tips and Techniques
Discover how to take the best pictures of wildlife found on the coast.
Wildlife photographer Jules Cox shares his expert tips.
Wildlife photographer Leon Baas shares his expert tips.
Wildlife photographer Elliott Neep shares his expert tips.
Wildlife photographer Matt Cole shares his expert tips.
Discover how wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas takes images of lions like this one on the cover of the May 2014 issue.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 competition has now started its global search for the most inspiring, evocative, compelling, challenging nature images.
Rules were made to be broken. So play with blur, relish clutter, crop out your subject and discover the dark. If you ignore the protocols of photography, you may just create a masterpiece, says Mark Carwardine.
If you want to develop your creativity, try focusing on a single theme or subject. Commitment should reward you with the unusual, the abstract and the extraordinary, says Mark Carwardine.
Every wildlife photographer’s portfolio should include a bit of blur. Used in the right way, blur conveys movement, pace, drama and a sense of journey, bringing still images to life, says Mark Carwardine.