BRITISH SEASONS CATEGORYWINNER
Paul Sawer - Seasonal BlueTit
After finding a suitable location containing a photogenic scene, I supplement any natural food sources in the area by adding peanuts for a while to encourage the birds to return to one spot, and then I erect a hide. It generally doesn’t take long for birds to appear and blue tits are always among the first to visit.
Spring Blue Tit Tech details: Canon EOS 1DX with 600mm lens. Exposure 1/2500sec and f/4 at ISO 3200
Location: Rendham, Suffolk Subject: Blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus paulsawer.co.uk
Summer Blue Tit Tech details: Canon EOS 1DX with 600mm lens. Exposure 1/2500sec and f/4 at ISO 3200
Winter Blue Tit Tech details: Canon EOS 1DX with 600mm lens. Exposure 1/5000sec and f/5 at ISO 1250
DaveFieldhouse - Welcome toNarnia
Autumn Blue Tit Tech details: Canon EOS 1DX with 600mm lens. Exposure 1/2500sec and f/5.6 at ISO 2500
Visibility dropped to a dozen or so metres, so I abandoned my landscape shoot and headed into the woods below.What I saw simply took my breath away. It was as if I had stepped into Narnia – a winter wonderland appeared right in front of me.
Location: The Roaches, Upper Hulme, Staffordshire Subject: European larch, Larix decidua Tech details: FujifilmX-T2 with 16-55mm lens at 27.4mm and on a tripod. Exposure 1/125sec at f/5.6 and ISO 200 davefieldhousephotography.com
DOCUMENTARY SERIES AND EVERYDAYNATURE CATEGORYWINNER LawrieBrailey Britain’sMost LovedMammal
Hedgehogs are one of the UK’s best- loved creatures, but they are also one of the most at risk. Numbers have plummeted by 96% since the 1950s, and mankind is mostly to blame. Human- based injuries can be devastating to hedgehog populations, but there is hope. Wildlife rescue centres, such as The Wildlife Aid Foundation, exist to redress the balance of mankind and nature, aiming to rehabilitate and release animals harmed by our actions.
Location: Various, Cornwall Subject: European hedgehog, Erinaceus europaeus Tech details: Nikon D3 with 105mm macro lens. Exposure 1/125sec at f/8 and ISO 1600 lawriebrailey.co.uk
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