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Thinking about getting into wildlife photography? Whether you are just starting out or already an enthusiast, these tips from Wildlife Photographer of the Year finalists and winners will help you boost your game.
1. Begin with a familiar environment
Capturing a beautiful photograph doesn't necessarily mean journeying far from home. Ugo Mellone, winner of the 2015 Invertebrates category, believes that capturing a shot to be proud of is within reach.
According to Ugo, the most satisfying pictures are often created at home, once a photographer has learned about the bugs and butterflies in their garden.
'Anyone can get on a plane to a remote region, but a good place to start is your own home,' he says. 'You will learn things about wildlife that other people don't know if you look closely at what is around you.'
The wildlife might be harder to find in a residential area than in secluded jungles or sweeping deserts, but the rewards are worth the effort. https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/nine-wildlife-photography-tips-for-beginners.html
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