Ever wanted to improve your wildlife photography skills? A new book, Exposing Nature: The Natural History Museum Photography Guide, helps you avoid common mistakes and get closer to achieving the wildlife pictures you have in mind.
A sumptuously illustrated book, Exposing Nature is packed with advice that guides you through the different challenges that any natural history photographer might encounter.
Exposing Nature also covers the technical basics of film and digital cameras, close-up work and the all-important elements of composition.
Author Frank Greenaway worked in the Photographic Unit of the Natural History Museum for 38 years. He is perhaps best known for his photography of bats but has also been a major contributor to over 30 book titles.
Frank Greenaway recommends reading up on your photo subject until you become an expert. Then follow Frank's top ten tips for aspiring natural history photographers below:
Exposing Nature: The Natural History Museum Photography Guide can be bought online or in the Museum bookshop.