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In the first half of this two-part blog on photographing urban mammals, we looked at the technical aspects of photography and how to use camera settings, composition and light to your advantage. This second half focuses on the animal itself and what you need to think about when planning a shot. Read part one here. …

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We are blessed with a huge array of mammals in the UK, from small rodents and bats to large badgers and deer and many of these can be found in urban environments. During the travel restrictions of the last year and a half I’ve explored my local area more and I have been surprised and …

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Starling murmuration by Iain Green

A day on the Somerset levels culminating in photographing the incredible million-strong starling roost spectacular. The daytime session will focus on the diverse local wildlife which may include otters, bitterns, egrets and kingfishers. Then just before sunset prepare to photograph the drama of the huge starling clouds. Suitable for those with an interest in wildlife …

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Starling murmuration by Iain Green

This event is now fully booked.  Please see our later dates or to be added to a waiting list please contact Enquiries@ptes.org. A day on the Somerset levels culminating in photographing the incredible million-strong starling roost spectacular. The daytime session will focus on the diverse local wildlife which may include otters, bitterns, egrets and kingfishers. Then just …

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Welsh sunrise

The shortest day of the year will soon be upon us and we’re celebrating all the best bits of winter. Migrating birds arriving in their thousands, the feeling of fresh snow underfoot and an excuse to drink hot chocolate at the end of a wintry walk. Of course one of the best things about winter …

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