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Will Nicholls

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Will Nicholls is a professional wildlife photographer and film-maker from the UK. He is the founder of Nature TTL, a nature photography blog filled with tutorials, inspirational features and kit reviews. You can download his free eBook: 10 Top Tips to INSTANTLY Improve Your Nature Photos.





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To stand out you've got to be willing to put down the old standards. Switch up your lens type for wildlife photography with environmental drama
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If you're new to photographing stars, there are a few things you should know. Here are six tips to get you started.
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Dive into the world of Facebook marketing and promote your work on the world's most diverse ad platform.
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With so many people sharing photos online every day, we're becoming more susceptible to copyright infringement and finding our photos in places...
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Snow makes it easy to try out a high-key style. Here's a look at how to create a high-key style in a wildlife photograph.
Gear & Apps
DJI have announced the new Phantom 4 drone - and it can fly itself!
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A look behind the scenes of a wildlife photographer. How was this shot of a reflected red squirrel taken?
British TV presenter and wildlife photographer Chris Packham captures the plight of nature against littering in the UK.
Gear & Apps
Over the years, I've had a lot of moments where I've wanted to tear my hair out because I didn't have that essential accessory to hand.
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There are plenty of tutorials around that tell you what you should do, but what exactly shouldn't you do when taking a wildlife photo? Let's look...
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In this article, I'm going to look at what contributes to a photo's sharpness, and what you can do to maximize the sharpness of your images.
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The difference between your average holiday-snap wildlife photo and a great photo that makes others look on in awe is significant. How do you bring...