How to Take Award-Winning Wildlife Photos

Oct 26, 2010
Outside Magazine

Ever wondered what it takes to snap award-winning wildlife photography?  So did the folks at New Scientist.

They interviewed five photographers from this year's Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2010 exhibition, which opened last Friday at the UK's Natural History Museum. Their conclusion?

"It takes skill, dedication and a lot of patience to capture a winning wildlife shot. But the winners made it clear that craziness was part of the equation too."


For more photography tips, be sure to see The Photo Guide from our October 2008 issue.

--Michael Webster

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