William Harvey

Wildlife & Nature Photography

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Dartford Warblers

Any self-respecting wildlife photographer will always rank the welfare of their chosen subject above the importance of getting the best shot they can. In many situations, whether you have caused any disturbance is a matter that remains between you and your morals, but there are several UK species where this…

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Seabirds of Scotland – Part 1

Coastal wildlife is something I’ve largely neglected from my photography in the past. Being from Surrey, it’s not exactly something that’s easy to come by on a daily basis. I’ve had vague plans for years to visit hotspots for sea birds, such as Skomer or the Farnes, but have never managed…

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BWPA 2015 – Portraits Category Winner

I am amazed, flattered, and incredibly happy to be able to announce that one of my photos has been awarded first prize in the portraits category of this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards. Since learning about the Competition shortly after taking up photography back at the end of 2009, getting a…

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Wide Angle Macro – First impressions of the Sigma 15mm f2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye

I’ve never written specifically about the equipment I use before. To make some sweeping generalisations: Like almost anyone else photographing wildlife, most of the time I’ll use some sort of camera with some kind of long lens attached to it, or maybe a macro lens of some description if I’m photographing something…

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2014 – A Review

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve spent some time looking over the images I’ve taken over the course of 2014, deciding on my favourites, the ones I’d like to improve on, and the gaps in my photo libraries that I’d like to make the most effort to fill in 2015….

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If I had to pick one thing that drew me into taking a serious interest in photography it would be insects. My “photographic journey” started with me pointing an old point-and-shoot at various creepy-crawlies I’d find around the garden. The camera in question had a pretty decent macro function and the detail…

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