Using drones and remote cameras to secure amazing wildlife images.

Will Burrard-Lucas is a wildlife photographer with a special talent for devising devices that will get the camera closer to his subjects.  Here he gives an exclusive interview with Mother Nature Network and shares some of his favourite images.
Remote-control BeetleCopter takes wildlife photography to new heights | MNN – Mother Nature Network.

Ladybird close-up wins wildlife photography honours

Photographer David Bladon triumphed in the contest which was hosted by the Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers. David, who lives in Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland said he was shocked to hear he had won.

The image came about after a frustrating day of sunshine and rain showers, during which David admits he had become ‘a bit bored’ in his quest for a quality photo.

Ladybird close-up wins wildlife photography honours | Amateur Photographer.

It’s a ladybug’s life! Photographer captures the tiny world of insects in crystal-clear detail

These petite posers are some of the teeniest models on the planet but still know how to trigger a buzz of excitement.

The world of macro models is a tricky art to master, but these incredible snaps are the result of precision, good fortune and love.

Wildlife photographer Alejandro Ferrer has spent two years capturing the microscopic realm of insects, favouring black and red spotted ladybirds.

It’s a ladybug’s life! Photographer captures the tiny world of insects in crystal-clear detail | Mail Online.