The 2015 Kenya trip promises to be a real treat. We’ll be staying at the best lodges and you’ll be guided by the best photographers. We’ll spend 10 days at three of Kenya’s best wildlife sanctuaries capturing the most amazing wildlife experiences. The first two jeeps are now fully booked but there is still space on the final jeep so if you’re interested get in contact soon to avoid disappointment.
For more information please visit the Kenya wildlife photography trip page.
If you have any questions then let me know.
******UPDATE – THIS TRIP IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.******
For some time now people have asked me to set up a photography trip to Africa and I’m pleased to announce that I have organised the ultimate wildlife photography trip to Kenya in April 2015. We’ll be spending 10 days enjoying the most amazing wildlife whilst focusing on getting you the wildlife images that you really want. Every detail of the trip has been tailored to maximise your photographic opportunities: very small group sizes with just four people per landcruiser, photography workshops on a variety of subjects, the best locations selected for wildlife and dedicated photographic tour leaders and local guides throughout. We’ll be staying at the best lodges Kenya has to offer, just check out the independent trip advisor reviews and see what visitors have to say about them. This really will be the trip of a lifetime and I look forward to sharing the experience with the lucky few of you!
You can find out everything you will need to know on the Kenya wildlife photography trip page but as always, if you have any questions just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re funding our trip in part by offering the TRIP OF A LIFETIME to a small group of photographers at the end of our project. We’re offering a unique opportunity to come and join the 3 of us in the rainforest for 10 days; learning, photographing and participating. You’ll be part of the team whilst out with us and will get to join in on everything and anything you want to, ranging from climbing the tree to photographing birds, frogs and monkeys. More details of the itinerary can be found below.
We have LOADS more information about the project here: http://www.onetreeinabillion.com/the-project/ and here: http://www.norfolk-wildlife-photography.co.uk/international-tours/amazon-wildlife-photography-tour/
We haven’t advertised the trip yet and we already have four members, if you’re interested in joining us or would like to talk over the trip then drop me an email at email@example.com or call me on 07917 023 490. I hope that a few of you will choose to join us, it will be a fantastic adventure!
This workshop offers you fantastic repeat opportunities to capture THE shot that everyone wants; a kingfisher diving to catch a fish. The area is carefully set up to provide you with the best opportunities to photograph this amazing behaviour.
The fledglings are currently around and the adults will hang around for another couple of months so get this workshop booked in before it gets too cold!
For more information please visit the diving kingfisher photography workshop page.
I will post my photographs from the Skokholm trip shortly.
For more information about the macro photography course visit the course page.
Over the last few months I have been busy photographing for a project which is appearing each month in Photography Monthly magazine. For this project I am photographing the diversity of life which lives around a single oak tree in Norfolk with the aim of documenting everything from ants all the way to buzzards.
This UK project is preparation for a larger project which will take place next year in the Peruvian Amazon. In Peru I will be teaming up with two other wildlife photographers to replicate the UK Oak tree project but on a much larger scale and on an enormous fig tree deep in the rainforest. We will photograph and catalogue the wide array of species from the ground all the way up to the canopy, 200 feet or more above. We will document the bizarre and fascinating life forms around our chosen tree, ranging from tiny invertebrates all the way up to the large charismatic mammals such as jaguars, sloths and giant anteaters. Working with the World Land Trust and a local research lodge we have exclusive access to a host of researchers, methods and logistics that will assist us in compiling a visual catalogue of life in the area. We will combine traditional methods of photography with more advanced techniques such as extreme macro and using infra red technology. Such techniques will allow us to photograph tiny creatures with up to a 5:1 ratio (think of a flea being magnified to the size of a cat!) and to photograph secretive species using infra red beams which detect motion 24 hours a day. Combined, our project will provide the viewer with an inspiring and exciting portrayal of the complex biodiversity inhabiting our chosen tree.
The images from our project will be donated to the World Land Trust to help them raise money to protect rainforest habitats all around the world. We will also run an exhibition to raise awareness about the amazing diversity of life within rainforest regions.
For more information about the project please visit the dedicated website, One Tree in a Billion