Tips and techniques on wildlife photography, including how to shoot great wildlife and nature photographs, best kit for wildlife photography, where to get great wildlife shots, and everything else you might need to know about shooting great wildlife images.

Capturing birds in flight is not always easy, but with just a few tips from wildlife photographer Ben Hall, you’re sure to crack those sought-after…

Hedgehog-in-autumn Paul-Hobson

Paul Hobson explains why the hedgehog, that large prickly ball that snuffles through the undergrowth, makes a great subject

Leading landscape and wildlife photographer Guy Edwardes talks to Geoff Harris about how to make blur and camera shake a thing of the past

Andrew Mason kingfisher in motion

With their bright blue-and-orange plumage, it’s easy to see why kingfishers make such great photographic subjects, says Andrew Mason

Whether you’re setting out to capture lush coral formations deep underwater or looking for a simple waterproof compact you can take snorkelling, our guide to…

David Tipling Avocets flying

The avocet, the symbol of the RSPB, is a true conservation success story and a great photographic subject, as David Tipling reveals

spring lambs

The lambing season runs from late winter to early spring, so head out now and you should have no problem finding some lambs to photograph.

Watervoles

Nature photographer Andrew Mason gives his advice for shooting spring wildlife.

Paul-Hobson-field-skills

Good field skills are essential, says Paul Hobson, if you want to produce some great photographs of our British wildlife

Waxwings

Waxwings are spectacular birds, thanks to their distinctive markings, and winter is the perfect time to photograph them, says Oscar Dewhurst