The much overlooked Panasonic 14-140mm f3.5-5.6 lens

November 03, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
I am predominately a wildlife photographer. Yes I shoot landscapes and nature photography too, but most of what I shoot is wildlife. As a result I have always been very selective about which focal lengths I need, and therefore am prepared to invest in. I am asked quite often via my website "which camera would you recommend?". The answer to that que...
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A very personal blog: Mental Health and Photography.

September 25, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Watching the news media in the UK, there is lots of coverage about the visit of HRH Harry & Megan to Cape Town in South Africa and their support of mental health charities and causes. It is a stark reminder that mental health continues to be a very real issue for many people, and one which carries a great stigma. As the media has focused on drivin...
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Dune fox success! Getting up close to dune foxes with the Leica 50-200mm f2.8-4.0 lens

August 23, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
In my last blog post I shared my failed attempts at trying to find the dune foxes at the Amsterdamse Waterleidingdunen Nature Reserve in The Netherlands. I knew that it was a place I was going to return to. And I am pleased to announce that on my third trip to the reserve I had success! On this third trip, I was simply lucky. I still haven't worke...
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The search continues: dune foxes

June 23, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Living in the Benelux region, it's no secret we have a fairly robust population of foxes. They are one of my favourite animals. Yet, they are incredibly elusive. My relationship photographing foxes has been a roller coaster. I had some success in the Ardennes region of Belgium. However my adventure in the Ardennes was my very first experience in tr...
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A day spent in mid-Wales with red kites and the Panasonic G9

June 18, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
The last place I lived in the UK before I left for mainland Europe was Wales...and it was good to go back, because quite simply it is an absolutely stunning country to visit. But when visiting Wales, you have to be prepared for one thing: the weather. As beautiful as it is, it rains a lot. And that means dark cloud, grey skies and not a lot of...
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