2014 saw the opening of a new Reflection Pool for bird photography. Last year’s pool proved successful in attracting a variety of species including jay and great spotted woodpecker and I had a number of clients who enjoyed fantastic bird … Continue reading →
I’ve been spending a lot of time recently at the nearby Nature Reserve St. Aidans near Castleford in West Yorkshire. Run by the RSPB, St. Aidans is proving to be a wonderful place for wildlife photography – and the ideal … Continue reading →
I have now updated the pages on my website for Farmland Wildlife & Landscape Workshops and Wild Owl Photography Sessions Both workshops take place at the same farm in West Yorkshire on private land. Get in touch if you are … Continue reading →
This image was taken by one of my clients, Julie Butterworth, on a Red Grouse Photography Workshop in North Yorkshire. It was so good that I just had to post it. It really is a stunner..! Good light makes a real difference, but the main thing is being in the right place at the right time and making the most of an opportunity. Well done Julie.. well worth the early morning start.!
Wildlife Photography is far from easy in the U.K., but Red Grouse can be a relatively easy subject to photograph. At a well know location in Yorkshire, these hardy birds can be photographed from the car, often at incredibly close … Continue reading →
Finally www.naturephotographycourses.co.uk is finished!! (I say that – but there are still a few bits and pieces to iron out). Anyway, all the courses are there apart from the farmland workshops which I will upload soon. All courses can be booked online via paypal. This brand new WordPress site allows easier navigation and incorporates an internal blog called “Focus On..” (You’re reading it now..!) It will include posts related to specific wildlife subjects and reports on previous workshops.
From time to time I should be able to add extra workshops when potential subjects arise. If you’ve any queries, or suggestions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.