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How To Shoot Outdoor Photos Like A Pro – Whatever Your Device
You’re new to the outdoors and you want to show your friends and family just what they’re missing out on. So how can you entice them to join you on your countryside walk or mountain biking trip? By capturing incredible, high-quality images that reflect exactly how you saw the landscape – striking, colourful, and dramatic.
Looking for a New Years Resolution? Challenge yourself!
As the New Year approaches and we’re all guilty of making those loose new year’s resolutions that have often fallen by the wayside by the end of January, why not set yourself a challenge in 2017? We’ve pulled together a list of ideas for your outdoors resolution. Set a target and smash it this year!
10 fishing spots on Pembrokeshire Coast
As the UK’s only coastal National Park, it’s no surprise that Pembrokeshire Coast is a wealth of fantastic places to go fishing. Here are 10 spots that we recommend for keen anglers.
Acquire awe-inspiring footage with an action camera
They say a picture is worth a thousand words but sometimes there’s nothing quite like video to capture the whole story in all of its glory. Here are some tips for getting the most out of your action camera.
Delight in detail with your DSLR
Taking a step up from your smartphone? We’ve asked some professional photographers for some great tips for capturing those winning shots with a DSLR camera.
How to take fantastic outdoor photographs with your smartphone
Only have your smartphone to hand? There’s nothing stopping you from capturing great shots of your outdoor experience. Follow these tips for better shots.
I know, I know it seems strange that we would recommend that you stay indoors, it even goes against our name, but some nights or weekends you simply want to sit back and relax with some TV. I’ve compiled a list of some of my favourite outdoor documentaries that are currently (time of writing) on the popular on-demand service, Netflix.
We asked you to help us rank the six nations countries to find which had the most to offer somebody who was interested in the outdoors. You voted, and here are the results:
It’s difficult to escape the popularity of the Six Nations rugby tournament at this time of year, but while the teams duke it out on the field, we asked GO Outdoors blog readers to vote for which of the Six Nation countries was the best for the outdoors person. In second place we visit Wales.
The best things come in small packages.
Six Nations of the Outdoors: 2nd Place Wales.
It’s difficult to escape the popularity of the Six Nations rugby tournament at this time of year, but while the teams duke it out on the field, we asked GO Outdoors blog readers to vote for which of the Six Nation countries was the best for the outdoors person. In third place we have England.
Ignore the weather, there’s plenty to see!
Six Nations of the Outdoors: 3rd Place England.
It’s difficult to escape the popularity of the Six Nations rugby tournament at this time of year, but while the teams duke it out on the field, we asked GO Outdoors blog readers to vote for which of the Six Nation countries was the best for the outdoors person. The second of our joint 4th blogs, it’s Ireland!
There’s much more than the craic on the emerald isle
Six Nations of the Outdoors, joint 4th place – Ireland
Try as we may, we can’t all be great at knowing what to buy somebody for Christmas. You usually get some help with that ‘main’ present, but when it comes to some small optional extras for the stocking, or even for that colleague in the work ‘Secret Santa’, you can be left scratching your head. In this article we’ll take a look at some of our low cost favourites.
TOP DUTCH angler Lizette Beunders has broken the Ladies World Carp Record, with an 84 lb 5 oz monster mirror called Shoulders from Abbey Lakes in France.
Lizette was celebrating her anniversary with partner Bianca Venema when she took the gigantic fish in a shared huge haul of specimen carp on 14 acre Heron Lake on the six pool complex. Bianca chipped in with fish to ovber 54 lb.
TEENAGER Ronaldo Cordina proved the River Taff is one of the best barbel rivers in the country when the 13-year-old landed a 16 lb 6 oz beard while on a chub session!
The local Cardiff lad was fishing with his uncle Stuart Anderson when the specimen picked up five red maggots on a size 12 hook to an 8 lb Mustad hook length and 10 lb main line. Read more
ONE of angling’s most fondly remembered characters is about to appear in print again for the first time in 16 years.
Frank Barlow wrote for Angler’s Mail for ten years, from 1986 to 1996, before he lost his battle with cancer at the age of 53.
Over the years, Angler’s Mail has had regular letters from readers asking if there is a book of Frank Barlow’s best columns. Read more
GAVIN SKERRATT celebrated his birthday in style by catching the biggest common carp in the country at a whopping 56 lb 2 oz from Kent’s day ticket Strawberry Fields. Read more
JUST weeks after we revealed possibly the World’s most stunning carp on the front cover of Angler’s Mail – a French 37 lb mirror-koi carp cross – we can reveal an English rival!
A FIVE-HOUR club match has produced a monstrous 468 lb winning haul – and it could’ve been more.
REWARDS possible in the River Taff were seen here in the Mail recently, but Oliver Hughes is tight-lipped on the location he’s tempting heavyweights to 15 lb 9 oz. Read more