FIVE TIPS FOR WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY IN WINTER
by Tesni Ward
Winter can be a challenge for any wildlife photographer; many species leave the country seeking warmer climates or otherwise become far less active. This, coupled with a significantly shorter day, means it can be difficult to remain motivated when you’re failing to find or photograph anything. I’ve learnt the hard way how to deal with some of these challenges – so here are my five top tips for making the most of this festive season.
Research is key
Project, project, project!
Use the shorter days to your advantage
Go out in bad conditions
Hopefully, using some of these tips means you will have a successful winter with some of our most charismatic species in the UK. What would you say are your top tips for winter wildlife photography?