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Question time: If you own a Nikon D4, should you upgrade it to a D4s? There’s always a flurry of activity with any new camera release and a surge in initial excitement. The new Nikon D810 received it in abundance but what of the D4s! It seemed to all go quiet very quickly. It was…

Sssshhhh, what was that? There it goes again, like a feint muffled click. That my friends, will be the beautifully quiet shutter on the Nikon D810, the highly anticipated replacement to the ground breaking D800/E. Update: May 2017 Since picking up the D810 when it was first released, I’ve shot with it almost exclusively and…

The closing date for this competition was 1st December 2014 Ok folks, here’s your opportunity to be in with a chance of winning an African Safari in the #IncredibleAfrica14 photo competition, of which I’m delighted to be on the judging panel for! There are few places on earth better for wildlife photography than Africa and…

Quick wildlife photography tip. Next time you find yourself in front of a static subject and have taken ‘the shot’ that’s available. Rather than keep shooting the same thing over and over again, it’s always worth changing focal lengths or trying to reposition yourself a little to see if you can get some variation between…

*Updated now Lightroom support added* Having spent a couple of weeks with the new Nikon D4s, I promised myself not to get too geeky with it, and indeed for the most part I shot real world subjects. But the ‘improved’ ISO performance was nagging at me. It was good, but with my D4 also by…

I’m very pleased to announce my favourite photo of an alligator from the Florida Everglades entitled ‘Killer in the Mist’, has been awarded second place in the Other Animals category of the Italian run, Oasis International Award of Wildlife and Nature Photography, competition (phew, mouthful!). As such, the image will now be on display at…

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