Plovers flying to roost on the Somerset coast
3 Ringed, 1 Dunlin.
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We visit multiple locations across Somerset to see and photograph a wide range of Birds and other Wildlife.
We visit locations across the Highlands of Scotland to see and photograph iconic species of Birds and Wildlife and the outstanding landscapes they inhabit.
Join us for the African photography holiday of a lifetime in the tranquil national parks of Uganda, seeing and photographing birds and animals you have only dreamed of.
Scotland has some of the finest landscapes in the world. Join us for relaxed tour to see and photograph them, improving your craft as you go along.
Spain has a huge range of photogenic and undisturbed habitats and a list of bird species to match. Vultures, Eagles, Cranes - see and photograph them with us.
Our trips are built on a passion for birds, photography and a great deal of hard work, to ensure the best possible experience. Our guests recognise this and we've had some lovely feedback. Here is just some that we have received:
I love taking photos of wildlife. Have done for many years but felt I needed to learn a bit more about getting a better photo. This trip really lived up to the expectations.
The tuition was delivered expertly by Nick who has an obvious passion for photography, wildlife and the environment. Within a few hours my photography had improved immensely
What I really enjoyed about the course was the small group. You got a lot more attention and help than what you would have had in a big group.
Great week of high quality photography mentoring from Nick Wilcox-Brown
3 Ringed, 1 Dunlin.
Early September and southward migration is in full force.
Whinchats are moving south for the winter.
Surprisingly it is possible to get really impressive macro pictures with a Swarovski Optik birding scope.
Digiscoped with Swarovski STX85 in Spain last summer
With a little effort, it is possible to do amazing things with a Swarovski Optik scope.
Not the easiest bird to photograph in flight as they are fast and agile. Captured with an EOS R6 camera with the RF800mm f/11 IS lens
After a week spent filming them for Springwatch a few years back, the Gannet is one of my favourite birds.
This bird was part of a large breeding colony on the Scottish coast, one of our stops on the WildPhotographer tour of the Scottish highlands. The sight, sound, and the smell, were unforgettable.
Taken after my guests had headed home, a day day with Gannets, Fulmars and Guillemots was a relaxing treat and a chance to properly try out @canonuk ‘s latest RF100-500mm L series zoom.
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