Who’s afraid of a little high ISO?

I came to photography through landscapes and, as I became more enchanted with wildlife, I battled away at my wildlife photography with my landscape photographer’s attitude to ISO .. keep it as low as possible and get those lovely rich colours and great detail. Great in theory, it meant I often ended up: wishing that I

Sleeklens – “Through the Woods” Brushes, Presets, and Workflow for Lightroom

I was happy to be asked by Sleeklens recently to review their “Through The Woods” set of landscape brushes, presets, and workflow for Lightroom. On a practical level, installation was very simple. Downloading the presets and brushes with instructions in a single zip file (see links below). Importing the presets into the Lightroom develop module.

Launching New Version of Website

It’s great to finally have got some time to bring out a new version of my photography website and blog  and it’s looking pretty good. It’s still in its early stages of transition and over the coming weeks, we’ll be transferring all the old content as well as introducing new features such as online

OPOTY Awards 2015 – 7 Shots Shortlisted

I had phenomenal news this year with seven of my shots shortlisted this year for UK Outdoor Photographer of the Year Awards 2015 Unfortunately you have to register on their site to see the shortlist (it is free and doesn’t take long and there are some stunning shots on there) but, if you don’t want

Wildlife Photographic Magazine Cover Shot

What better way to announce the launch of my new photographic website than with news of making the front cover of November’s edition of Wildlife Photographic, the online iTunes wildlife photography magazine. The shot in question was taken from a series of shots from this year’s deer rut in the Wicklow mountains of Ireland.