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I am a firm believer that correctly tweaking camera settings, and understanding their functions, is crucial to improving your wildlife photography. This post goes beyond the basics of simply knowing how to switch between Aperture, Shutter Priority and Manual or using Back Button Focus. Whilst helpful, they’re just the start of getting the most from…

It’s been five years since my website was given a lick of new paint and in internet time, that’s an eternity. Not only was it looking a little old fashioned but parts of it were cumbersome to update and for technical reasons, it was essential I made some changes. Now, after a lot more work…

This past week saw the annual pilgrimage to the Birmingham NEC, from all over the UK and beyond, to visit The Photography Show 2017. As ever it was full to the brim with talks, demonstrations, camera gear, accessories and everything else you can think of that revolves around the industry and, once again, I had…

I am very pleased to say two of my urban badger photos have been recognised in the 2016 Nature Talks International Photography Competition, following the results being announced at their annual photo festival in the Netherlands over the weekend. Both photos were awarded in the Man and Nature category with Intersecting Worlds being the category…

In 1979 there were 1.3 million elephants in Africa. Now, in 2016, there are less than 400,000. That’s an average loss of around 2,000 per month for the last 37 years. As I stand listening to Will Travers OBE and CEO of the Born Free Foundation, break this tragic statistic down during the Remembering Elephants…

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