Last week I visited my friend and co-conspirator, Tom Robinson, at his state-of-the-art hide photography operation in Lincolnshire (www.wildlifehides.co.uk). It’s been raining quite a lot over the last week and Tom told me that he’d had quite a few cancellations as a result. This amazed me as, like many professional wildlife photographers, I usually prefer the soft light of an overcast day to bright sunshine. In this short blog, I’ll explain why I think rain is great for wildlife photography and how to prepare for, and photograph in wet weather.Read More
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European Bee Eaters are busily nest building across Southern and Central Europe and Turkey after their long migration back from Africa. They’re very colourful birds and are always a popular highlight on my Spring wildlife photography workshops in Hungary. However, as many people have discovered, they can be rather tricky to catch in flight...Read More