WildPhotos is the must-attend wildlife photography event of the year run by the charity, Wildscreen. The event, held at the Royal Geographical Society on 12th – 13th October 2013, is packed full of inspirational talks and workshops from the world’s very best wildlife and environmental photographers.
Wildeye is the International School of Wildlife Film-making. They have an exemplary list of tutors on hand to teach you about all aspects of wildlife film-making and courses run regularly. Sign up for news bulletins about course availability and other opportunities at www.wildeye.co.uk.
Wildlife-film.com is the leading source of information for the wildlife filmmaking industry. They publish wildlife film news
and host industry directories – See the various freelancer
sections. They ask freelancers to join their network
and wildlife-film related organisations to join their team
Specialists in photographic printing for presentation and exhibition displays, using a comprehensive range of laminates and finishes on a various substrates to set you way above the competition. Kristal Digital Imaging Centre was established in April 2003, with a vision to provide the ultimate quality and service possible. In order to realise this vision they have invested heavily in the latest state of the art digital photographic processing equipment. Their focus is always to provide a fast turnaround without compromising on quality and service.
In 1910 the AA published the very first AA routes with handwritten details, and by 1929 were issuing an impressive 239,000 routes a year. Since the 1990s AA have published top notch atlases, maps and travel guides for the UK and the rest of the world. AA Publishing produced and published the first BWPA book in 2010.
Natural England is an Executive Non-departmental Public Body responsible to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Its purpose is to protect and improve England’s natural environment and encourage people to enjoy and get involved in their surroundings.