Photography Week

ROB COTTLE

eing a wildlife lover first and a photographer second means patience – the number one virtue for a wildlife photographer – comes much easier. Accessible local locations, allowing frequent visits for very little cost, have been hugely important in honing my technique and, more importantly, my ideas. It’s a cliché, but the more you go

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