Underwater shot of Moon Jellyfish at Loch Na Keal
Here are the images from my week on the Isle of Mull back in May. I have split the images into two posts so I have scheduled the 2nd part to be posted on the weekend as I will be on the scillies and may not have internet.
Well its been over a year since my last post so I think its time I restart my blogging! College is done now so I will now have more time to post images etc.
I have a few images to upload here from the past year so will do a summary post soon, in addition to this I’ll post some of my images from college projects. Expect more posts in the next few days or so but for now I have some simple garden bird (and a rat) images taken on the weekend.
As usual, I havent posted here for ages. Been busy with Press photography and havent done much Wildlife stuff. I dont think i have any decent wildlife images apart from the simple Turnstone image and the Iceland Gull below so I’ve included some recent press stuff as well.
Princess Anne opened a sexual assault referral centre in Truro back in December, It was a private event with only accredited media allowed, out of the 8 media with passes (including the BBC and ITV), me and a friend were the only ones to turn up, not very professional of them!
A week later I was accredited to photograph Status Quo at Plymouth Pavilions, with support of Roy Wood and Kim Wilde. My first ever attempt at concert photography was quite a large one so I was quite nervous of screwing up. Luckily I didn’t and got some images im really happy with, Thanks to Monty and Paul for lending me lenses!!
Ive also recently been accepted as a contributor to London News Pictures, Sent them my portfolio and they liked the images and now im their photographer for the Cornwall area. Hopefully ill get more sales of images!
I have also had images used in The Guardian and The Times, used back in July but only found out when payment came through at the end of November. Im surprised about the images used as i didn’t like them at the time due to the crap weather conditions….
Links to the Guardian Articles are below:
Small image half-way down:
and a recent sale to The Mail Online through LNP. 2nd down
Record shot of Lapland Bunting at Castella Downs, Richards Pipit over, no sign of Bluethroat or Radde’s Warbler on St Agnes
Lesser Whitethroat, eastern race, probably Central Asian halimodendri race, Showing very well on Periglis Beach, St Agnes
On the boat back from St Agnes to St Marys news broke of a Red Eyed Vireo near Carn Friars Lane/Salakee Lane, all taxi’s were busy so a quick run from the Quay and it was still present, record shot below….
After seeing the REV I had to quickly make it back to Higgos Pool before dark for the Northern Waterthrush, after a short wait it dropped in, record shots below taken at about 6:15, so quite dark!!
On the Scillonian on the way back with the sun setting I tried some environmental Gannet images, something a little different