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Workflow and preparation

Gain tips on how to plan a shoot and improve productivity

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Lighting and colour

Develop knowledge of how to apply lighting

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Adobe Creative Cloud

Follow our guidelines in using Adobe Creative Cloud for editing your photos

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Photoshop Elements

Follow our guidelines in using Photoshop Elements for editing your photos.

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Plan your visit

Find out everything you need to know about visiting the National Museum of Flight.

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Image adapted from a lithograph by J. Maclise, 1841/1844. Credit: Wellcome Collection
Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life

Explore the history of anatomical study, from artistic explorations by Leonardo da Vinci to the Burke and Hare murders.

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Explore the galleries

From the age of dinosaurs to the technology of the future, our galleries contain treasures from around the world.

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Art, Design and Fashion galleries

These sumptuous galleries showcase the best of decorative art, design, fashion and style.

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Annual Pass

Make unlimited visits for 12 months with your National Museum of Rural Life ticket.

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When is a dinosaur an ostrich?

Why we may have to wait for the Jurassic Park experience.

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All about African flies

A new publication covering our knowledge of flies from sub-Saharan Africa.

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Ancient mushroom-loving flies

The earliest bolitophilids described from the 46 million year old Kishenehn Formation and Baltic amber.

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Outstanding donation of insect specimens

An outstanding donation of over 40,000 aquatic insect specimens from the Scottish River Endrick.

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Jean Muir archive

In a fashion career spanning more than 40 years, Jean Muir acquired a reputation for restrained, elegant design and a devoted following. Explore signature styles from the Jean Muir archive and discover what made her designs so innovative and enduring.

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Andreas Vesalius, De humani corporis fabrica libri septem. Wellcome Collection.
Silent Teachers: The Story of Modern Body Donation

Inspired by our current exhibition, Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life, our expert panel will discuss the modern approach to anatomical study and body donation in this online event.

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Meissen lion

The Meissen lion is part of the animal menagerie commissioned by Augustus II the Strong in the early 18th century.

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May Morris embroideries

These beautiful hangings were worked around 1900 by May Morris, the daughter of the designer, William Morris, the father of the Arts and Crafts movement.

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'Sculpture look' by Craig Green

This dramatic ensemble by British designer Craig Green heads up the catwalk in our Fashion and Style gallery.

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Casualty of War: A Portrait of Maharaja Duleep Singh

Casualty of War: A Portrait of Maharaja Duleep Singh is by renowned British Sikh artists, The Singh Twins.

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Griet Beyaert & Paul Miller

Glass artist Griet Beyaert’s practice sees her collaborating with artists working in different disciplines.

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Préparez votre visite

Préparez votre visite du Musée national d'Écosse.

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The Galloway Hoard vessel

The lidded vessel which contained the Galloway Hoard's most precious treasures is itself a revelation.

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Sea chest presented to Admiral Cochrane

Seaman, nobleman, warrior, engineer, radical, convict, hero: the impact of Thomas, Lord Cochrane, was felt across the world, and his life inspired some of the great stories of adventure fiction.

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Biobanks: storing animal samples for research and conservation

Explore how CryoArks biobanks store samples from animals so that researchers can look at their genetic code.

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An emperor's eggstraordinary egg

A new acquisition highlighting the way our collections continue to document the impact of rapid environmental change.

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An unexpected assemblage of brachiopods

New paper contributes to the knowledge of marine invertebrate faunas in the early Ordovician.

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Teacup Travels

Download resources to create your own Teacup Travels adventure, based on the CBeebies series, and find out where you can see the objects that inspired the Viking episode.

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Coral necklace

This opulent deep red coral and 18 carat gold necklace was created by Yazzie Johnson and Gail Bird.

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Audubon’s Birds of America

This exhibition explored the artistry and legacy of one of the world’s rarest, most coveted and biggest books.

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Ullaich do thuras

Ullaich do thuras gu Taigh-tasgaidh Nàiseanta na h-Alba.

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Planifique su visita

Planifique su visita al Museo Nacional de Escocia.

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Planowanie wizyty

Planowanie wizyty w Narodowym Muzeum Szkocji.

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Pianificare una visita

Pianificare una visita al Museo Nazionale della Scozia.

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Biobank

Our specialist Biobank facility comprises thousands of frozen tissue samples used by researchers worldwide as sources of DNA.

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Gothic Revival vase by William Burges

This elaborate 19th century vase was created by the architect and designer William Burges, and formed part of his opulent interior decoration design for Cardiff Castle.

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Make your own Supercat mask

Is your cat a #Supercat? Find out more about the campaign to save the Scottish Wildcat and make your own #Supercat mask here.

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Renewables

A few years ago I was given access to capture the people and places at the cutting edge of the deep-water renewables industry...

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Unexpected new Jurassic deep-marine crocodile

A recently described new species suggests that during the Late Jurassic a group of teleosauroids was getting better adapted to a pelagic lifestyle.

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A Lions Kingdom in Decline

A recent paper reveals a double blow to lion populations over the last 20,000 years.

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Culture vessel

This simple looking object made it possible for the first clinical trials and batch production of penicillin to take place. Its design marks a significant milestone in the history of medicine.

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