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  • Lioness & Cub

    Lioness & Cub

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    Nairobi national park is the only african national park within a city’s border. Often overlooked by tourists heading to the Mara and other areas, I like to make an occasional trip to ease clients into the safari experience, after all its less than an hour drive from the airport!   It’s a great place to…

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  • KLM

    KLM

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    I got an email back in April from KLM wanting to know if I would be interested in working with a local writer on a 5-9 page spread covering summer in Toronto. Normally I wouldn’t hesitate but as I looked the pouring rain and grey clouds I realized the shoot would be a major challenge!…

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  • Massai Portrait

    Massai Portrait

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    I have wanted to shoot an editorial style massai portrait image for a while. What I was looking to produce was a more high key atmospheric shot, featuring the landscape as well as the subject, preferably early morning when the light is low but still bright and slightly warm. Of course it’s great to have…

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  • Wildlife at 20,000 ISO!

    Wildlife at 20,000 ISO!

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    25,600 iso 60mm D700 My favourite Nikon body for shooting late night city and documentary style images is the D700. It’s a full frame low mega pixel camera which means that the pixels it contains have a large surface area that can gather lots of light. The shortfall is that the camera is a few…

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  • The Great North

    The Great North

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    In this blog I’ve turned my lens to my home in Canada to capture some of the spectacular native wildlife. When dealing with any wildlife safety and caution are advised, the same techniques I use on safari in Africa come in useful here. In this situation my main challenge was lighting due to the vegetation.…

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  • Why is This Lion Smiling?

    Why is This Lion Smiling?

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    On a recent photosafari to the Mara, we came across two female lions following a wildebeest calf through the bush. Surprising the wildebeest got away but as we watched the action I could hear the call of a male lion in the distance, we found him watching over the mother of the calf a little…

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