Entries in the ‘Articles’

Water Vole Survey

Filed in Articles on May.22, 2022

The PTES National Water vole survey returns. Can you survey a local riverbank, ditch or stream from now up until the 15th June?

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

The results will help us to understand where our endangered water voles are living and where we need to focus on their conservation.

Find out how to take part and register online at www.ptes.org/watervoles

#watervolesurvey #ptes


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Dipper Project

Filed in Articles on May.22, 2022

Working on your own projects is a great way of learning more about your chosen subject, while becoming a better wildlife photographer I firmly believe.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Responsible Photography

Filed in Articles, In the Press on Apr.07, 2022

Wildlife photography’s power rests on the belief that it represents an event that occurred naturally in the wild, something witnessed and recorded by the photographer with their camera at that given time.


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Treading Carefully

Filed in Articles, In the Press on Mar.30, 2022

Fieldcraft and ethics are two of the most important things in wildlife photography. Those that enter the theatre of wildlife are afforded the highest level of trust by nature. How we manage that first contact as I call it is so important

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Winter Solstice

Filed in Articles, Photography Tips on Dec.20, 2021

The Winter Solstice occurs in December and in the Northern Hemisphere the date marks the 24-hour period with the fewest daylight hours of the year, which is why it is known as the shortest day and longest night.


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Direction of Light

Filed in Articles, Photography Tips on Nov.19, 2021

With the seasons now becoming colder and the sun lower in the sky, it’s the time of year that will offer you a softer, more angled light. Which can present the photographer with endless opportunities for dramatic images of wildlife.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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