Take a trip to Uganda through Peter Delaney’s XF50-140mm lens to see the Ugandan Chimpanzees and Gorillas in their natural habitat.
Professional wildlife photographer Chris Weston tells us how he got into photography and what sort of shooting philosophy he lives by. He also includes a free eBook containing some great tips for shooting wildlife
by Simon Weir This February I was once again in Yellowstone National Park running MagicIs photographic workshops with some really extraordinary people. Over the two weeks I learned a little about nuclear physics, banking, metallurgy, reconstructive surgery, hitech roof construction, information technology, farming and how a 12 year […]
Fujifilm’s new XF16-55mm f/2.8 weather-resistant lens lives up to expectation. With a new type of nano-coating that reduces flare, the optical excellence of the lens matches the supreme quality I have come to rely on in the very best Fujinon lenses. Photographing birds of prey at a […]
I thought this could be a helpful blog series for individuals looking to invest in equipment with particular interests in mind. This blog series will hopefully cover gear and techniques to help those getting into photography, who want to develop their skill set and knowledge. Because one of my main […]
An evening seminar with Chris Weston, in association with Travel Photographer of the Year The iconic French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson once wrote, “Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” So what makes your 10,001st image that much better? In this thought-provoking and inspirational evening seminar, wildlife photographer and […]