Getting together for a game shoot this season with your family and friends and wish to have it recorded. Please visit my main game shooting photography website http://www.thesportingpicture.co.uk to see what I can offer.
It’s that time of year again!! The Glorious Twelfth has come around & after a last minute flurry of preparation we are back out in the field for another season.The shooting season follows a traditional pattern starting today ‘The Glorious Twelfth’ with Grouse, Ptarmigan & Snipe followed by Duck, Geese & Partridge on September 1st & finally Woodcock & Pheasant on 1st October.I was lucky enough to be invited to photograph a grouse shoot last Autumn in Yorkshire. Here is a selection of the images from the day.
I am available to photograph your shoot day from just £250 for attendance – during the day I will photograph in a photo-journalistic style, capturing the day as it unfolds. From the beaters to the guns he will tell the story of your shoot. I spend time on peg with each of your guests as they shoot away capturing the great shots and misses!
After the event we work on the images and upload them to a secure gallery for your guests to see. We can also provide a CD of high resolution digital images for you to print from. All of these images are digitally enhanced to remove blemishes etc and finished to the highest standard for your own use. Alternatively, we can provide you with an album of the images expertly designed showing the images at their best in a beautifully bound coffee table book. Prices from £250 for the first book, additional books for your friends or guests are available on request at a discounted rate.
Here’s to a great shooting season – photographs & birds!
Looking for the perfect gift for the countryside or fieldsports lover in your life. Please check out my Photobox gallery by clicking here or following the link below. Lots of great buys available from prints, canvases and mobile phone covers etc. With over 80 images to choose from you will find that special present here.
Those of you that do not follow me on Twitter or Facebook you will be left in the dark so here is the news!
I am delighted and proud to say I have the front cover of The Field Magazine this month for their partridge issue! The picture was taken on the West Wycombe Estate two seasons ago.
Thank you to everyone who has supported me over the last few years in making my countryside and country sports photography possible.
Have a great shooting season!
Ever been looking for that perfect card for the country lover in your life and always end up buying a card that’s second best? Well, look no further, I am proud to launch a range of cards of country scenes from hunting, shooting, dogs, chickens, farm yards animals that I have taken over the last few years.
All cards are A6 and printed on an FSC certified stock. They’re satin coated on the outside for better colour reproduction, and the inside is left uncoated for you to write a message. All cards are presented in a cello wrap bag and sent in a card backed envelope.
On Wednesday I was at my first shoot of the season, a partridge day at the fantastic Tittershall shoot in Buckinghamshire. It really was a great day with a lovely bunch of people and fabulous hospitality from the team at Tittershall. Find out more about Tittershall by clicking here.
In the meantime here are some of my favourite images from the day. I will be putting the rest onto a Photobox gallery overnight so keep checking back.
Please note these images are digitally watermarked and trackable and should not be saved to phones or computers. Thank you for respecting my professional copyright rights.
Ever wonder where all the birds that escape the shooting season end up in the summer? Well, on a recent trip to the Scilly Isles I spotted numerous pheasants and partridge sunning themselves on Tresco! A long migration of 30 something miles from the UK mainland to Scilly or maybe they hop on the Scillonian?
Only joking! The Tresco Estate owned by the Dutchy of Cornwall is leased by the Dorrien Smith family who run their own shoot on the island. For those that have never been to the Isles of Scilly I’d strongly recommend it. It really is heaven on earth and the Tresco estate and the Abbey Gardens are breathtaking!
I just need to get back there now for the shooting season…. Hmmmm….