From towering elephants to tiny insects, photographers will be offering a rare insight into the natural world at this year’s Wildscreen Photography Festival 2014.
The festival, formerly known as WildPhotos, is the UK’s largest wildlife photography show and will feature talks from the multi-award winning Jim Brandenburg and acclaimed film-maker and photographer Nick Upton, among 25 other speakers.
Upton will be looking at using photography to tell conservation stories, while Brandenburg will be showcasing some of the work from his latest project ‘93 moments in 93 days’.
They will be sharing the stories behind their pictures and offer tips to budding wildlife photographers to capture the perfect shot.
There will also be a series of workshops where people can hone their photography skills and learn more about capturing the natural world in all its glory.
The Wildscreen Photography Festival 2014 will be taking place between 24-26 October at London’s Royal Geographical Society
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