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Little Owls: The story so far…

I’ve been spending my limited free time with a family of little owls lately, and I was waiting to see if I got some really good images of these before posting anything up. But, wildlife photography is about playing the long game, and trial & error. You don’t get rewarded overnight and you have to...

Jackdaw in flight

I had a quick session in my local park recently with fellow wildlife photographer Richard Steel, and although the park was pretty quiet for wildlife, the Jackdaws near the car park were on hand to give us at least something to point our cameras at as they flew about. I’ve got quite a few images...

Top of the Rock, New York: 3 shot panoramic

Just a few minutes before taking this image I was on the busy and almost claustrophobic streets of mid-town Manhattan, with car horns beeping, crowds of people everywhere and huge skyscrapers all around blocking out the sky as best they could. And then, after a very quick (and impressive) elevator ride I was high above...

Live from Yellowstone, winter wildlife trip [video]

It’s been a long time coming, eight months in fact, but my two week winter wildlife photography trip to Yellowstone national park is here! We fly out on the 27th, where I’ll be doing daily updates via my Twitter/Facebook (internet/phone signal willing), and return on the 10th Feb. So what’s on the agenda and what...

D3s, ISO 4000, no noise reduction? no problem!

I’m amazed. I loved my D3, I really did, but the D3s just raises the bar so much higher. ISO 4000 with no noise reduction and no real noise is phenomenal. It doesn’t matter how much you read about the D3s high ISO, once you experience it for yourself it just seems to defy belief!...

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