Home
The DVD
About us
Links
Contact us
Multiple Sclerosis Trust
Go Wild TV.com
 

Go wild with your camera

Picture of DVDsTake three of Britain's top wildlife photographers, any type of weather and some magnificent wild subjects ... welcome to Go Wild with your Camera!

With over 2 1/2 hours of exclusive material on two discs this is the most comprehensive guide to wildlife photography ever released on DVD.

Presented by three of Britain's top wildlife photographers - Peter Cairns, Chris Gomersall and Mark Hamblin - expert and detailed advice is provided through a series of subject case studies filmed in the wild specifically for this DVD.

So if you want to take stunning wildlife images either out in the wild or from the comfort of your own back garden this DVD is for you!

"Go Wild With Your Camera is a well-filmed, very watchable series of programmes ideal for wildlife photographers just starting out, but with enough variety of subjects, techniques and tips to make them worth watching by serious amateurs."
Rosamund Kidman Cox
Former editor of BBC Wildlife Magazine

What's on this DVD

bullet Tools of the Trade - understanding and choosing the right equipment for you
bullet Mammals - join the photographers on location as they track down red deer, red squirrel, badger and brown hare.
bullet Birds - practical tips and tricks on how to create beautiful bird images including puffin, garden birds, woodpecker, red grouse, swallow, nightingale and barn owl.
bullet Amphibians - explore the secrets of creative portraits
bullet Insects - enter the fascinating world of close-up showcasing how to take stunning images of butterflies and dragonflies
bullet Landscapes - uncover the key techniques to capturing sweeping panoramas and cascading rivers.

Special Features

bullet Jargon Buster - understand the essential photographic terms and their meaning
bullet From pixel to print - how to get the most from your captured images
bullet Meet the Team - including advice on getting started as a wildlife photographer

Plus!

bullet Over three years in the making
bullet Tips and techniques from THREE top award winning wildlife photographers
bullet Exclusive footage never seen anywhere else

Back to top