So here’s the question – which of the following 2 photos do you prefer ? The top one is a long exposure of 1.5 hours which shows how the stars have moved during this time … it’s not been Photoshopped in any way but looks a tad unrealistic ? Or the bottom photo is just […]
After 3 months work in Africa and India I’m back in sunny Sussex. Yesterday I held my first Sussex photography workshop for 2015 which was a one-on-one day with Claire from Brighton who wanted to get to grip with her new camera. Thanks for a lovely day and for sharing some of your photos below. […]
Travel photography India One way to improve our photography is to question every time exactly why and when we press the shutter button which will differentiate your photos from the digital deluge of boring, unoriginal snap shots. It also leads to more of what I call ‘lucky images’. I took the photo below last night […]
Mubare mountain gorillas group, Uganda I have a few days off in between my 2015 Uganda mountain gorilla holidays and have just made a 2 minute video of our recent encounter with the Mubare group in Bwindi Impenetrable forest. This year we made a donation to Gorilla Doctors from this trip and were joined by […]
Mountain gorilla holiday Uganda “We cannot tell the precise moment when friendship is formed. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over.” 7th to 17th Jan 2015 – Thanks to Adrian, Suzanne, Marta, Joc, Roy and Florent for making our time in Uganda so […]
Shoebill Uganda Today I’ve been canoeing in the Mabamba swamp, Uganda during one of my Uganda mountain gorilla holidays. Mabamba is one of the best places in the world to see the elusive Shoebill. Bearing more than a passing resemblance to a Dodo these remarkable birds are endangered mainly due to hunting to meet a […]
Kidepo national park which straddles South Sudan and Northeast Uganda was voted Africa’s best national park recently and after my recent visit I can see why. Framed by cardboard cutout mountains on three sides this place melts your heart with its sheer beauty – but best of all, you’ll virtually have the place to yourself. […]
Sussex photography days Here’s a few photos taken on my Sussex photography workshop days last week. If you’d like more information of future photo days click here to take you to my Sussex photography courses and workshop page.
Orangutan video A 2 minute video of some of our wildlife sightings in one day on last week’s Borneo orangutan fundraising trip which I run in partnership withe the Orangutan Foundation UK. If you’d like to come on one of my future Borneo orangutan trips please click here for more info. And here’s a 2 […]
Orangutan photography tour Borneo trip 1 Oct 2014 Thanks to Adrian, Diane, Nicole, Nod, Celia, Linda and Gail for being such great fun and making this Borneo trip a memorable one. There’s a few photos from the week below (click on any image to view them larger). Together we raised another chunk of money for […]
Hippopotamus facts 1) The closest relations of the hippopotamus are whales and dolphins. 2) Hippopotamuses give birth under water. 3) They can eat over 60kg of grass each night. 4) On land they are surprisingly fast reaching speeds of up to 40km per hour which is faster than Usain Bolt. 5) The male hippo attracts […]
Stock photography sales A few examples of stock photos that I’ve sold this week … proving one thing … you can never predict what will sell and what won’t … happy snapping. These photos were all sold via Alamy. There’s information on my wildlife and travel photography workshops and holidays here. And finally, yet again […]
Another few random photos taken on my some of my Sussex photography days over the last 2 weeks. If you fancy joining me for any any of the remaining days this summer then please visit my Sussex photography workshop and course section here.
A few random photos taken on my Sussex photography workshops over the last 2 weeks. I run a number of small group photography courses and one-on-one days which can be tailored to your exact needs.
Water vole photos I’ve been back in sunny Sussex, UK, for a month now and there doesn’t seem to be that many great apes around . Luckily I’ve found a few water voles near to my house which are now in breeding season. Here’s hoping for pictures of babies over the coming weeks.
Mountain gorilla photography Here’s a few random pics from our last mountain gorilla encounter in Bwindi Impenetrable forest. If you fancy coming on one of my future Uganda mountain gorilla holiday there’s more info here. And for some very positive news about the increase in mountain gorilla numbers you might like this link here. On […]
Rushegura mountain gorillas A short video of our recent mountain gorilla encounter with the Rushegura group located near Buhoma in Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Uganda.
Mountain gorilla photography holiday “Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.” That sums up the last 10 days for me and in many ways there is nothing else to say. We had 3 Jo’s on this […]
Shoebill Mabamba swamp Entebbe I’m back in Entebbe for a few days and it would be rude not to visit the nearby Mabamba swamp in search of the Shoebill and an array of other birdlife … internet access is rather slow but here’s a handful of photos from earlier this morning. There’s more photos of […]
Orangutan photography holiday Borneo trip report 28th Oct to 5th Nov 2013 ” This holiday totally exceeded my expectations from the beautiful scenery to the exceptional wildlife encounters. The Orangutan encounters blew my mind … I cried with sheer joy most days ! ” Sonya Jenkins I was slightly nervous about this Orangutan Foundation fundraising trip […]
Orangutans Tanjung Puting- trip report Oct 2013 Thanks to Caroline, Carlos, Tineke, Rosemary, Mark, Paula and Liz for being so lovely and making this a blissful week. My internet access is limited at the mo but there’s a few photos from this trip below (click on any photo to view them larger). As always our […]