Wildlife Photography Q&A Webinar

11 November 2020

Welcome to the Wildlife Webinar

Thanks for dropping by! This is a great chance for you to catch up on our FREE Wildlife Photography webinar, hosted by professional wildlife photographer and iPhotography™ tutor, Rachel Sinclair.

Rachel presented this Q&A in November 2020 to celebrate the launch of our Wildlife Photography Course.

Whether you’re a pet lover, bird watcher or just an all round wildlife enthusiast, click the video below to watch and learn some fantastic hints, tips and tricks to capturing really special photos of animals in their natural habitat.

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