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July 10, 2019

© Matt Jarvis

Matt joined our Arctic Adventure trip in June 2019 with a specific intent to see and film arctic foxes hunting at the little auk colony. The tundra was just beginning to escape the cold embrace of winter, meaning that Matt was able to capture a unique range of images...

June 17, 2019

Welcome to the June "Arctic Special" issue of my photography newsletter!

In this month's edition: 

  • Arctic Adventure 2019 A sneak peek of the first images from this new Svalbard photo tour. 

  • Chicken Run A snowy chase for one of Svalbard's shyest birds. 

  • New Blog Content...

Welcome to the May issue of my photography newsletter!

In this month's edition: 

  • Land Of The Lost Bear The seldom told story of the Marsican Bear's extinction.

  • Arctic Bound Returning to the frozen North for whales, reindeer and seabirds.

  • Easter In Normandy A magic...

April 14, 2019

Welcome to the April issue of my photography newsletter!

In this month's edition: 

  • The Secret Life Of The Zoo I'm working on a TV series about the endangered inhabitants of Chester Zoo

  • Understanding Your Camera Top tips for creating images with impact

  • Photographing Tre...

March 12, 2019

Welcome to the March issue of my photography newsletter!

In this month's edition: 

  • A Wider Perspective Showing an animal in its environment can be a great way to spice up your photography

  • Latest Workshops Capturing the early signs of spring in London's parks

  • Latest Tal...

March 3, 2019

One of the most common frustrations for people starting out in wildlife photography is not having a big enough lens. When the dream is to capture frame-filling, jaw-dropping portraits of an animal looking down the lens, it is easy to forget that a photo showing the animal in its e...

February 25, 2019

Understanding shutter speed and aperture is key to getting out of Auto mode and creating the photos that you want to take. Luckily, these tools aren't anywhere near as scary or complex as they appear. 

SHUTTER SPEED

In short, this describes the amount of time that the came...

February 11, 2019

Welcome to the February issue of my photography newsletter!

In this month's edition: 

  • Birds of Hong Kong I sat in a bush for two evenings filming the city's rarest forest birds

  • New Year, New Shoots Up close and personal with a wide-angle lens

  • Last Chance! Arctic Advent...

February 8, 2019

In the New Year I made a brief trip to Hong Kong to visit family. Photography therefore wasn't the focus, but during my stay on nearby Lamma Island, a gracious neighbour granted me access to his garden to photograph some of his backyard bird visitors. At first glance his "garden"...

January 23, 2019

If you've made a new year's resolution to get closer to nature, you'd have a hard time getting much closer than my clients did with swans, herons and pigeons on my recent workshop in Regents Park. One of the most rewarding aspects of doing these workshops is when I see young...

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About

Paul is a professional cameraman and photographer who freelances for BBC, ITV and independent production companies. 

Specialising in wildlife and low-light photography, his work has featured in global press and numerous major awards. 

Find out more here

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