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Source: Markus says: “I knew where to wait for the birds to get the sea behind them. With the snowfall blurring the background, the photo is all about – and only about – the massive flock of low-flying guillemots; no distracting elements.”Canon EOS-1D X with 70-200mm f/2.8 lens; 1/1,250 sec at f/3.2, ISO 1,250

PROJECT 1 Take off! Birds flying high

Professional bird photographer Markus Varesvuo shows you how to have a go at avian photography...

Whatever the weather and the time of year is, he’s out with his camera. Markus’ kit bag is full

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