Hi I just won photo of the year 2019 so thought i would share one of my professional websites for you to see more of my work and what I enjoy doing.
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Exposure Tours - Photo Safaris and Workshops
For me Elephants make the perfect monochrome subject. The texture of their skin the color almost a perfect 18% grey. Cropped this to square to put more emphasis on the the young one.
Nikon D850 280mm f4 1/640 iso 2500
The Elephants of Amboseli, Kenya number close to 1,200 and provide a great opportunity for photography. The area doesnt get as much traffic as Kruger or The Serengeti. Due to this they also tend to be calmer which is essential for close more emotional shots. The Mara is another great place I...
I have met the mother of these cubs many times. When I caught up with her in october this was her new litter which i hadnt seen before. They were very accommodating and I spent around 20 minutes capturing the family. If anyone wants to see more shots let me know I have a blog with more shots...
Not the greatest shot technically and one where I think my 200-400 f4 would have given me more options (faster shutter with the same iso). But a rare capture on safari.
Nikon D810 200-500 at 480 400 iso f6.3 1/400
Shot with a 400mm f4 The migration is probably the worst time to go on safari, so i went toward the end of the season, only had one other vehicle around when we came across this scene, so we had a clear view and pick of angles/locations.
According to the Guinness Book of Records Kenya stands above all other countries when it comes to bird watching. It has held the record for the most species sighted in a 24 hr period (342) since 1986!
I mostly shoot the big game so these arent great shots just what I came across on safari...
Leopards are amazing to watch when they are looking for prey. I caught this one on the way back to camp around 20 minutes after sunset. I could barely see her without the use of the camera. They are immensely muscular, she moved with her entire body less then an inch from the ground, keeping a...