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Canvas prints of my work now available to buy on my website…

Posted in African Wildlife, Photography, UK Wildlife, Wildlife Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 26, 2013 by Neil Aldridge

I am really pleased to say that canvas prints of my photographs are now available to buy from the online shop on my website. The collection available includes limited editions, new and never before seen images, award-winning shots and some old favourites. I personally selected those images that could have a real impact on any wall. To see the selection, go to conservationphotojournalism.com/canvasses

Canvas Prints (c) Neil Aldridge

Canvasses are available in two sizes – A1 and A2 – and are sorted into six categories – Limited Editions, Black and White, African Wildlife, European Wildlife, Landscapes and North American Wildlife.  Fine art prints of my work will also be available shortly, so please keep an eye on conservationphotojournalism.com/shop.

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New images online at Shutterstock…

Posted in African Wildlife, European Wildlife, Photography, UK Wildlife, Wildlife, Wildlife Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 1, 2012 by Neil Aldridge

I recently started contributing work to the image library Shutterstock. A new selection of my wildlife, conservation and travel photos is now available on my gallery page. As I will be making regular submissions, the number of my photographs available to buy here will grow all the time. There will be new images going online in the coming weeks so be sure to check back soon.

View my gallery of available images at shutterstock.com

Highland highlights

Posted in European Wildlife, Photography, UK Wildlife, Wildlife Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 10, 2011 by Neil Aldridge

Scotland may be a stronghold for many of the UK’s rare and threatened species – like the golden eagle, Scottish wildcat, pine marten, crested tit and capercaillie – but the natural light can be second to none for landscape photography, particularly in spring. The changeable weather that made my attempts at photographing ospreys so frustrating were the exact conditions that made me stop again and again to break out my tripod and wide-angle lens.

The fierce winds that rocked Scotland for several days in May did make maintaining a steady camera and tripod hard work. Thankfully, a hefty 400mm f2.8 lens makes for a heavy camera bag to hang off the hook under the head mount and anchor the tripod in place. The movement in the clouds and waters as a result of the wind allowed for some atmospheric long-exposure shots, particularly at Loch Garten in the Abernethy Forest and at the picturesque 18th-century bridge in the centre of Carrbridge.

When the sun did break through the clouds it mostly bathed the slopes of the Cairngorms and dappled the forest floor in brilliant golden light. This meant that waiting for the right break in the clouds was often the name of the game. That said, waiting for a rainbow to reach across the skies or for the reflection of a mountain scene to appear in a loch is easy in such tranquil surroundings. I’m already planning my next trip and you can bet my wide-angle lens and cable-release will be going with me!

Visit my main website at www.conservationphotojournalism.com

New images online at NHPA

Posted in Conservation Photography, Photography, Wildlife Photography with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 30, 2010 by Neil Aldridge

A selection of my work is available online through NHPA, the specialist online source for buying images of wildlife and nature. The number of my photographs available here is growing all the time and there will be hundreds more going online in the coming weeks. Simply enter ‘Aldridge’ in the site’s search function to view the collection of my images.

Visit my main website at www.conservationphotojournalism.com