Tips and Techniques
Perspective is everything: by choosing your position carefully you can increase the impact of your images and create unexpected new viewpoints – seeing your quarry through the eyes of another animal. It’s time to get down and dirty…
The Photo Masterclass is back. Our new series of in-depth tutorials provides a practical guide to the key principles of successful wildlife photography, illustrated with the work of top professionals. In the first of the new series, we begin by clearing out all the clutter.
Heather Angel shares some of her top tips on how to photograph nature and wildlife.
Wildlife photographer Ben Hall ventures onto the bleak Peak District moors in search of landscapes and wildlife, and finds more than he bargained for...
There is revolution in the air! It's green, muddy, joyous and passionate. It's happening under flyovers, among high-rise flats, on roundabouts – in fact, it's happening right under our noses, if only we could be bothered to raise them up and smell the compost.
The wild boar is a controversial mammal and a recent reintroduction to our forests. Here wildlife photographer Andy Rouse gets down and dirty with them in the Forest of Dean.
Andrew Parkinson was given the opportunity to spend some more time with one of the UK’s most enchanting birds – the great crested grebe.
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.
The UK is home to 40 per cent of the world’s population of grey seals. Alex Mustard plays with them beneath the waves - and takes photos!