Saturday, 9 February 2013

Personalised iPhone cases

A select number of my images are now available as iPhone cases. Get your own colourful case, or buy one for your partner as a Valentines gift. As a special Valentines offer, you will get free shipping on all UK orders.

There are six different images available, simply click on the image name fro full details and to place your order.

iphone case colourful punts
Colourful Punts
iphone case European eagle owl
European Eagle Owl
iphone case little bee eaters
Little Bee Eaters
iphone case zebra
iphone case trees at sunset
Trees at Sunset
iphone case red wine
Red Wine

Mangrove Bar And Restaurant, The Gambia

Been browsing through photos taken in The Gambia a couple of years ago and added this one of a local bar and restaurant situated close to Lamin Lodge on the mangrove creeks to Photo4me and Fine Art America.
Mangrove Bar And Restaurant
Mangrove Bar And Restaurant
 Fine Art America                                                 Photo4Me

Deciphering Photo Jargon – Learn to Speak “Photographer”

This article from Digital Photography School, by Darlene Hildebrandt will help new photographers understand some of the technical terms to be found in articles, website and instruction manuals.

If you’ve ever been a little lost while reading your camera’s manual, or a photography magazine it could be that you just need to learn to speak “photographer” language. In this article I’ll go over some of the most common technical terms, as well as some less common slang or photographer jargon. By the end I promise you will have a better grasp on the language and be able to have a conversation with a seasoned pro and hold your own!

To start learning Photo Jargon, follow the link: Deciphering Photo Jargon – Learn to Speak “Photographer”

Thursday, 7 February 2013

Hippopotamus in Mara River

We are soon off on Safari to Tanzania, where I hope to capture some stunning wildlife images.

Meanwhile here are a couple more images from our Safari to Kenya three years ago, They have just been uploaded to Photo4Me and Fine Art America where you have the opportunity to buy them in a variety of formats including canvas, acrylic or metal prints as well as standard prints and greeting cards from FAA and canvas or giclée prints, posters,or acrylic sheets P4M.

Hippopotamus in Mara River
Hippopotamus in Mara River
 Fine Art America                                                 Photo4Me
Black-bellied Bustard
Black-bellied Bustard
Fine Art America                                                 Photo4Me

Bird canvas prints and bird canvas art for sale. Choose your favourite birds canvas prints from thousands of available designs.

Sunday, 3 February 2013

How To Keep Your Memory Cards Healthy

In this post at Digital Photography School, Steve Berardi from PhotoNaturalist explains how to keep your memory cards healthy.

Memory cards are one of the most often neglected parts of digital photography. But, they’re extremely important because they’re responsible for safely storing your photos until you get them to your computer.

So, it’s important to take care of them properly. 

Here are a few tips for keeping them healthyHow To Keep Your Memory Cards Healthy
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Saturday, 2 February 2013

3 Easy Ways to Instantly Improve Your Photography

Today's article from Picture Correct gives some basic tips to help improve your photography. It is written by Titus Powell ( who is the only independent professional photographer in London who specialises solely in modelling portfolio and studio portrait photo shoots.

Digital cameras are improving at a rapid speed. It is easier than ever before to take a correctly exposed, correctly focused photo. Yet most people’s photos just look like snapshots. They’re a long way from the beautiful photos you see in magazines. I’m a professional photographer based in London and I’d like to share with you 3 simple and easy and ways to instantly improve your photography, even if you’re a complete beginner.

Follow the link to read the full article3 Easy Ways to Instantly Improve Your Photography – PictureCorrect

Travel Photo of the Year 2012 – Wildlife

Visited the Destinations Show at Earls Court yesterday where the winners of Travel Photo of the Year 2012 were announced.

While I did not win, I am pleased to say that my photo of the "Three Headed Giraffe", taken in Kenya made it onto the final 10 images in the wildlife category.

The competition was arranged by Wanderlust Magazine in conjunction with The Independent and attracted over 8000 entrants from all over the world.

Finalist of Travel Photo of the Year - Three Headed Giraffe
Three Headed Giraffe
To view all of the finalists, together with the winning entries go to the Wanderlust Web site.

You've seen the top half of the three headed giraffe, here are its legs:-

Long Legs
You are able to buy prints of my photos in a variety of formats from Fine Art America including canvas, acrylic or metal prints as well as standard prints and greeting cards and from Photo4Me where you have the option of canvas or giclée prints, posters,or acrylic sheets.

Wildlife framed prints, wildlife framed art, and wildlife art for sale.