Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards

A Winning Photograph in the Wildlife Photographer of the year awards 2017. This  fine art black and white print of a male chimpanzee has been awarded first place "Animal Portraits" in the Worlds most prestigious Wildlife competition.

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I am a Wildlife Photographer

Photographers have to be technologically minded yet artistic as they peer through a viewfinder. They compose artfully with their minds eye, yet their fingers move dials, buttons, levers with fluidity to ensure a perfect technically but artistically created photograph. Whilst at the same time being aware to any change in their surroundings.

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Free Wildlife Photographs for Exposure

Today a freelance journalist told me she would get £480 for writing a piece on Wildlife for Digital Photography magazine and she wanted to use my photographs to support her article, but alas there was no budget for my photographs.

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Colour of Canvas

Meeting Gaynor Young and Barbara Royce was a most wonderful uplifting and inspiring occasion. Gaynor’s story is well know within South Africa and further a field. If you are unaware of her inspirational story please have a look at her blog/website. And if you love to read check out her book "My Plunge to Fame" for insight into the capacity of the human spirit triumphing over adversity. 

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Black Rhino Charge

It is not every day that I get charged by two black rhino and escape unhurt with both vivid memories and an image. While on Photo Safari Tour at Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa. I was fortunate to come across a pride of lions in an active mood. My guide and I noticed that one of the Lions had spotted something on the tree line in the distance and had begun to stalk it.

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Story behind "The Godfather" Etosha Bull Elephant

Story behind the photograph of the Etoshas Bull Elephant, The Godfather "

He stands still before me in all his magnificence, raising his trunk filled with the red Kalahari dust. In one fluid movement he sprays his forehead and for one brief moment he is covered in the magic of dust and light"

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Heart Of Darkness, Kalahari Black Mane Lion

When you are alone and in the presence of a Kalahari black mane lion, a primeval fear takes a hold of you. Even though you tell yourself "you'r safe" you can not totally shake this feeling. It's there lodged in the back of your mind.

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Art of Black and White Wildlife Photography, The Demise....

Art of Black and White photography and it's demise due to lack of interest by photographers to learn the basics and to apply it. Presets have become the norm and demise of the Art Of Black and White Photography

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