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New Wildlife Photography location Dartmoor, Dippers, How we see & Improve our Night Vision.

November 11, 2017 - Greetings from a Wildlife Photographer on Dartmoor in Devon Today, 8 th October 2017, I was up early. Well not really e...
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A Sixth sense, Elephant Hawk moth, David Clapp, Anna Curnow & Wildlife photography clothing

October 07, 2017 - Greetings from a Wildlife Photographer on Dartmoor in Devon Life is a funny thing! How many times have you started humm...
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New Photography Workshop, What is a good photo location and Misconceptions about pros.

January 20, 2017 - Greetings from Dartmoor I hope you have all had a great festive period and received all the gifts you wished for. If it...
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Wildlife Photography Workshops, work on our Nature Reserve & Dust Spot prevention & removal

October 07, 2016 - Greetings from Dartmoor in Devon England. If you go to my “ Workshops ” tab on my home page you will see that my phot...
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Tricks of Your Mind and Wildlife on Dartmoor and on the River Tavy in Holiday Season

August 05, 2016 - The other day, about half past nine at night, I was driving back home from the moor. I had been taking my dog out for hi...
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Photographing Wrens on Dartmoor, Wildlife Photography Tips for my Blogs & Trevor Beer MBE

July 28, 2016 - Last weekend I spent about six hours, three on Friday and the same on Saturday, out on Dartmoor in Devon trying to photo...
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Springwatch, Juvenile Pied Wagtail, Bird Boxes and Photographing Birds in Flight Part 2

July 15, 2016 - Just recently I seem to be having my own personal live Springwatch (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007qgm3)which is gr...
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Photographing Dartmoor Wheatears, Focus Settings & Photographing Birds in Flight Part 1

July 08, 2016 - I was out early on Dartmoor on Saturday morning photographing juvenile Wheatears as there were plenty around on Friday a...
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Trials of Photographing Juvenile Dippers and Before & After Pressing the Shutter Button

July 01, 2016 - I was out early last Saturday morning with my camera back to the river Tavy on Dartmoor in Devon to get more photos of a...
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Wildlife Photography Patience and the Dipper on the River Tavy

June 23, 2016 - I love setting goals in wildlife photography for myself and I love it even more when I achieve them. A goal I set myself...
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My Nature Reserve, Photography and Reconnoitring an Area for Wildlife Photography

May 05, 2016 - It will be most appreciated if you could leave a comment on whether you like this blog or not by clicking on the link ab...
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Jays, Photography, Our Nature Reserve, Wonderful Experience and The Story Behind the Photo

April 29, 2016 - As you will have noticed I have changed the Colours of the background and the font, also I have made the font a size lar...
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My Nature Reserve and Dealing with Underexposed Images

April 22, 2016 - For a couple of nights this week my wife and I have been sitting down in our nature reserve on the edge of Dartmoor in D...
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Injuries and Wildlife Photography Hotspots

April 07, 2016 - What I failed to mention in last week’s blog, because I did not have the time, is that I have broken my little toe. I co...
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Photographic Composition Part 4

April 01, 2016 - Before I recently took annual leave I looked up several RSPB and Wildlife Trust sites, from Cornwall to Hampshire includ...
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Photographic Composition Part 3

March 24, 2016 - I was out with my camera quite a few times last week. I was on leave and it was great weather and light so there was no...
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Photographic Composition Part 2

March 16, 2016 - Once again I am sat all in camouflage on the bank of the river Dart on Dartmoor in Devon and I have been here for only a...
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Ramblings and Photographic Composition for a Wildlife Photographer Part 1

March 10, 2016 - Once again I am sat all in camouflage on the bank of a river but this time it is the river Dart on Dartmoor in Devon and...
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To Bait or Not to Bait for Wildlife Photography, That is the Question.

March 04, 2016 - Once again I am sitting on the bank of the river Tamar in Devon waiting for an Otter to come into my view so I can photo...
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Taking your Garden Bird Photography to the next level without any expense

February 04, 2016 - Taking your wildlife garden bird photography to the next level is easy. I have noticed a lot of bird photographs on...
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Exciting News and a Brand New Project

January 21, 2016 - First of all to aid visitors of my website I am going to add another gallery to my photos section within the next few we...
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Learning How to see in Photography and Getting those Creative Juices Flowing Part 2

January 15, 2016 - I woke up early this morning and looked out of the window to see that Dartmoor was covered in snow. I quickly got my thi...
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Learning How to See in Photography and Getting those Creative Juices Flowing part 1

January 08, 2016 - The box, our camera, can open and close its hole to let in light and to take a photograph but only you know what you wan...
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Nature Reserves, Blameless Culture and Killing.

December 31, 2015 - So far during this festive period I have been out twice with my camera. On the first occasion I went to RSPB Ham Wall ww...
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Entering the Circle of Fear, Stalking and Hides Part Two

December 18, 2015 - Hides The other way is being in a hide or blind and waiting for the wildlife to come to you. Basically, all a hide do...
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Entering the Circle of Fear, Stalking and Hides Part One

December 10, 2015 - Whether you are just thinking of taking photos of wildlife, you just started taking photos of wildlife or you have been...
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The Histogram, Exposure and Exposing to the Right

November 27, 2015 - Tip 2 – The Histogram, Exposure and Exposing to the Right When I first started taking photographs, years ago in the...
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The Makeup of a Wildlife Photographer - Enthusiasm, Patience and Perseverance

November 20, 2015 - When I say makeup, I am not talking about mascara, lipstick, blusher etc. Although if you want to put on makeup to go an...
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To Tell or Not to Tell, That is the Question

November 06, 2015 - To tell or not to tell, that is the question Wildlife Photographers have to deal with on a regular basis and of course I...
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Ways to Photograph Wildlife and Photographing Wildlife on the River Tamar

October 23, 2015 - There are several ways of actually taking photographs of wildlife for free, from the basic to the really complicated way...
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Exmoor Adventures and Photographing Wildlife the right way

October 17, 2015 - Isn't technology wonderful, I am sitting by the river Tamar with my bum wedged between two rocks writing this whilst wai...
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Reconnaissance, Otters, Dippers, Wagtails and Goldfinches

October 02, 2015 - Each week I really look forward to my "mini-break" from work. My 3 day weekend is when I hope to spend at least one day...
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Position of the Camera and Holidays in Scotland, Isle of Mull

September 12, 2015 - Whilst walking my dog on the moor the other day I noticed several people taking photos of the Dartmoor ponies. They were...
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