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RECENT WORK

May 24th 2018

Initial test images from the diy underwater housing look promising, clear water and good light over the coming months will hopefully produce some useful pictures.

Subjects photographed so far this Spring include: Fulmar, Gannet, Great Skua, Greater Black Backed Gull, Lesser Black Backed Gull, Herring Gull, Black Guillemot, Green Dock Leaf Beetle, Spotted Flycatcher, Bullfinch, a Rookery, Carder Bee, Zebra Jumping Spider, St. Marks Fly, Red Ant, Bluebells, Treecreeper, Badger, Collared Dove, Bird Cherry, Swallow, Hooded Crow, and Goldcrest. See some samples below.

Bluebells
Bluebells
 


Treecreeper
Treecreeper
 


Zebra Jumping Spider
Zebra Jumping Spider
 


Great Skua at sea
Great Skua
 




March 23rd 2018
Currently making an underwater dslr camera housing for photographing freshwater fish.

Also getting to grips with large format photography using a 6cm x 17cm panoramic 120 roll film back on a 4x5 field camera. Image turnaround with this system will be approximately 20 images per year. Looking forward to shooting landscapes on film where resolutions of 150 megapixels can be acquired from the scanned film, suitable for detailed panoramic prints 4.5 meters long and 1.5 meter wide.

The nocturnal woodland mammals project continues, usually get 3 or 4 publishable images every week, here's some examples:

Red Fox in Winter
 

Badger pair.
 

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