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Good Morning! 

It's been half-term in some places around the country this week so if you're running low on ideas to keep the kids entertained, or are simply wanting to get out-and-about with your camera, we've got some top suggestions. 

As it's lighter for longer, we've listed places you can visit that have plenty of outdoor entertainment but still places you can shelter should the weather turn. 

As always, we'd also love to see any photos you capture uploaded to the Gallery

Enjoy your weekend and we'll see you on Monday! 
 

7 Essential Zoo Photography Tips


7 Essential Zoo Photography Tips

Take your camera along to the zoo for some close-up animal photography just remember your coat, in case it turns a bit damp, and take a packed-lunch as it'll be a busy day! 

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Learn How To Capture Cracking Castle Shots


Learn How To Capture Cracking Castle Shots 

Heading off to photograph one of the many castles in the UK? Have a look at our tips first which give you advice on what kit to take as well as advice on how/what to capture both inside and outside the castle walls. 

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Park Photography Tips


Park Photography Tips

The green spaces found in towns and cities are a haven for many and are a great place to take your camera. You can shoot candids, photos of statues, close-ups of flowers, shots of trees... there really is plenty to capture. 

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Photography In UK Wildlife Safari Parks


Photography In UK Wildlife Safari Parks

If you're looking for something that'll keep the kids entertained but still give you the opportunity to take a photo or two. One location that's worth considering is a safari park as there are some excellent ones based in the UK that'll give you the opportunity to capture frame-filling images of Lions and other animals usually seen on an African plane. 

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How To Shoot Portraits At Living Museums


How To Shoot Portraits At Living Museums

Old artefacts aren't the only things to photograph in museums. At places such as Beamish and the Black Country Living Museum you'll find people dressed in period clothing, acting out specific historical roles who are perfect subjects for a quick snap of times gone by.

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Photographer Travel Guide: Chatsworth House


Photographer Travel Guide: Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House offers ample photographic opportunities for landscape and architecture fans, plus a visit to this well-known stately homes will also keep non-photographers entertained too.

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Coast Close-Up Photography With Compacts


Coast Close-Up Photography With Compacts

If you're planning a day-trip at the coast you don't have to take your DSLR and a bag full of lenses to get good close-up shots. The majority of compact cameras now have macro modes, some better than others, which can produce good results.

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