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From a wildlife photographers perspective, on paper, the Nikon D5 is a good camera. Actually, on paper, it’s an astonishing camera that’s striving to push the boundaries of speed and performance further than anything that’s come before it. Believe it or not though, other than a cursory glance at the specs on announcement, it wasn’t […]

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It is with complete pleasure that I share the news I have been honoured as the latest wildlife photography Nikon Ambassador for the United Kingdom and ROI. I’m still not sure it’s entirely sunk in yet! There have only been a select couple of moments I’ve had to keep quiet about during my photographic journey, […]

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Bright sunny weather is surprisingly flexible when photographing wildlife, as the Dalmatian Pelicans of Greece’s Lake Kerkini helped me demonstrate back in January, when I found myself on a return trip to photograph the hugely photogenic bird for the second year running. Once again the anticipation of snow was high but, just like the year […]

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‘Living in Harmony’ is an image that is very dear to me. Not because I’m in it but because the badgers that have been visiting neighbouring gardens for over 50 years, and I’ve been photographing for over a year now, have really made quite an impact on me. With badgers in the UK frequently coming […]

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Well that was fun. 2015 was most definitely a year to remember. It’s one that has seen me write my first ebook, talk at some great events, meet some lovely people, tear the cartilage in my knee to get the shot(!) and of course, capture a wildlife photo that didn’t actually have any wildlife in […]

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There is something special about the badger. They are both incredibly peaceful and beautiful animals with which my garden plays host to several, that pass through when night falls, as they forage around their urban surroundings. It was a truly wonderful day when I discovered these most unexpected of visitors and I’ve spent the last […]

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