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Wow. Just, wow! Having been to the Natural History Museum many times before, it was a very surreal experience to be sat in the entrance hall, eating dinner under the huge Diplodocus skeleton, surrounded by some of the best wildlife photographers in the world, watching some of the best wildlife photos in the world, on…

Off the back of my recent Wildlife Photographer of the Year award, I’m equally delighted that I can now announce I’ve also been selected for a Highly Commended in the 2012 British Wildlife Photography Awards. The image chosen, which will be shown in the book as well as feature in the exhibition, is this simple…

I’m delighted to be able to say that one of my photos has been selected for a Commended Award in the Behaviour: Mammals, category for the 2012 Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The email arrived a few months ago that my image Snow Pounce had been successful, but of course the news…

I have to admit, despite being to some pretty cool places, sitting in a hide, in a field, deep in the Belarusian countryside with Great Snipe lekking all around me, is certainly one of my most memorable experiences so far. Having these small birds walk around the hide just feet away and watching and listening…

My time owning the D800 didn’t start well. I dropped it(!) and it spent 3 weeks at Nikon having £400 worth of damage fixed, a month after it came out. But, following on from my blog post about initial thoughts on the quality of the D800 with the 600VR + 1.4x TC, here’s another quick…

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