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By visiting a bird of prey centre, not only will you have an enjoyable day out but you can also shoot some interesting imagery up close with the wildlife.

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See what there is to photograph in and around the hedgerows of the UK. In fact, if you have a hedge in your garden, you don't even need to venture very far as you'll find birds, insects and plenty of other photographic subjects close to home.

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Here are a few tips to help you capture shots of lambs that'll make people go 'ahh'.

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Dogs can make great subjects, but they can be tricky to capture and work with. Here are a few tips to help you perfect your canine photography technique.

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Photographing pets doesn't have to be troublesome! Here are a few tips for you to follow when photographing your dog, cat or even pet fish.

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Here are 10 basic but essential tips on photographing garden birds you can use to capture awesome wildlife images.

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Learn how to take great images of winter wildlife with our list of 9 top tips and essential advice.

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Want to have a go at robin photography but aren't sure how to do it? Have a read of these 10 quick tips.

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Winter days leave us with a shortage of daylight hours for photography but you don't have to venture far to photograph birds during this season, making them a perfect subject choice.

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Autumn's a great season for photographing wildlife so here's a few tips and a round-up of what you can photograph.

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Brush-up on your wildlife photography skills with these top tips on photographing ducks.

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If you want to photograph wildlife that's not native to the UK without getting on a plane, a safari park is a perfect place to do it.

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