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My First Impressions of the Nikon Z7 Mirrorless
My Nikon Z7 arrived and a hefty little thing it is. No, it is not as large as my D850, but it is heavy enough with a lens on it.
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Wildlife Photography Feast
I just took a reservation fee for the last remaining spot on my small group 2019 Wildlife Photo Safari. Here's the Little Bush Female who gave us all some amazing photo opportunities last year. If I have posted this one before my apologies. 
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The Map Project
My colleague had been periodically taking photographs of the gardens at a stately home in the UK for the National Trust over the last couple of years. He was however somewhat taken aback when asked to photograph the 400 year old estate map drawn on vellum, that hangs in the Great Hall...
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Aiguille du Midi, France
Aiguille du Midi, France
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Seacombe Bay sunset, Dorset
One of Dorset's most spectacular bays is Seacombe Bay, here portrayed at sunset. It takes a very pleasant 30 min downhill walk to get there, and the place is so amazing that it makes the walk back, all uphill, a breeze! Leica S (Typ 007), Leica Summarit-S 35mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters.
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POTW #2.2 Koln Today
This is #2 in the second series of Pic Of the Week. It was difficult to select which of the images in this series should be made POTW. I chose this one because of the contrast, perspective and lines of contrails in the sky. Great shot! 
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Review: Luminar 2018
Over the years I have observed that there are three broad types of photographers. Those who love to take photos, those who love to edit them extensively, and those who love both the taking and editing processes. Unfortunately I don’t fall into either of the latter groups.
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Review: New Peak Design Leash
If I am working with my cameras and I don’t have my strap attached I invariably get asked by curious onlookers what those weird little red and black pill things are sticking off my camera. If I’m feeling playful I tell them that they are mood sensors and if they put it in their mouth for a second I will be able to read their mood through the camera.
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Shootin' In the Rain
A new product from ThinkTank especially designed for those of you with a propensity to go out shooting in the rain has just been announced. Check this out...
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Luxembourg City
Two images shot in Luxembourg City. Images converted to b&w with Nik Silver Efex (with use of red filter to enhance the skies). One on One (by Moreno Architecture, built 2015)
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Nikon Z6 or Canon EOS R?
If you were buying a mirrorless camera now and you weren't invested in either system, which of these mirrorless 35mm cameras would you buy and why? 
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Bearded Vulture in flight
Earlier this year I spent a weekend shooting vultures, specifically Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus Barbatus), in the Spanish side of the Alps. 
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Reynisdrangar in winter
Iceland in winter is amazing, looking for ice and snow patterns on the black sand at Reynisdrangar is extremely inspiring and makes enduring the cold definitely worth it.
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Kingfisher & intro
Kingfisher shot from my portable hide using a tripod and a gimbal, supporting the D5 attached to the Sigmonster
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Matthew Modine & Martin Schoeller
Mark Seliger interviews actor / photographer Matthew Modine and celebrity photographer Martin Schoeller. Some very interesting discussion in this one. 
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Sunrise above Stair Hole
Sunrise above Stair Hole and Lulworth Cove, in Dorset (UK).
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Wheels of Life
Wheels of Life
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Review: Panasonic Leica 8-18mm f/2.8-4.0 DG Vario-Elmarit
A few weeks back I wrote a short piece about how I was having a serious bout of NAS after discovering a new Panasonic Leica 8-18mm lens sitting in a local electronics store.
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A different Seljalandsfoss in winter
Seljalandsfoss is one of the most famous and photographed waterfalls in Iceland, most known for being photographed from behind the water.
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An ecosystem??
For some time I have been trying to capture the diversity that can (and usually DOES) occur within a small patch of tundra.  I am not trying for a macro shot of a flower, but of an in focus, good depth of field, of a patch of tundra. 
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Posh Flats
Highly expensive apartments in Islington. Several hundreds of thousands of Pounds each. The lady at the window I think helps enormously!
Panasonic G9 + 12-60mm @ 1/1000 f4.5 ISO200
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Typical dress
Mariachi outfit at and old distillery
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The Best Safari Deal Ever
There's never been a better time than right now to join me on a photography safari here in Africa that will give you the best opportunity to photograph Africa's Big 5. 
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Our city is changing. I hope for the better.
The second year of repair and destruction. But here's the highlight of something where they mounted.
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X-E3 - First Impressions
I've just got my hands on an X-E3.  It seems to be a little bit of a forgotten camera in the Fuji line up, even though it is right up to date with the same sensor as the X-T2, X-T20 and others.
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