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The 10 commandments of wildlife photography.

The 10 commandments of wildlife photography.

Posted: Monday, April 11, 2016

What makes a great wildlife image? There are a hundred different answers to that question but we've narrowed it down just a tad. Feel free to digest and agree with our 10 'commandments' or feel equally free to dismiss them and insert your own.

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It's all down to light.

It's all down to light.

Posted: Thursday, December 15, 2016

I've always loved backlighting. It doesn't work with everything but with crested tits, it most definitely does. That cheeky little mohican really stands out with late (or early) winter light filtering through the delicate feathers. Setting up our crested tit hide several years ago, we were at pains to ensure a backlit shot was possible

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Into the Wilds.

Into the Wilds.

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017

Last month myself and fellow guide Mark Hamblin set off on the arduous journey from Inverness to London to Salt Lake City to Bozeman. Three flights, four airports, two body scanners and several questionable airplane meals later, we were on the fringes of the world’s first National Park.

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What makes a great image?

What makes a great image?

Posted: Wednesday, March 22, 2017

It’s a tricky question and one that I’ve been pondering for many years. It was only recently however, when I was asked by a tour guest, that I tried to articulate a meaningful answer.

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