At Wild Exposures, our aim is to provide the opportunity for everyone from complete beginners to professionals to experience the beauty of natural history throughout the UK and worldwide. All of our financially protected holidays and photo days are very carefully designed to place you in front of the best photographic opportunities. We believe the images that you will achieve from our hearted, professional and fun approach will be well worth your time with us.
Wildlife & Nature photography requires many skills, beyond having ‘good’ camera equipment. We are passionate about the statement “The eye takes a photograph, not the camera”and believe that any equipment will still capture amazing moments, whether your using top of the tier equipment or a budget compact.
These skills are what our leaders share and pass on when you join any tour or workshop. The skills of field craft, reading light, been creative and learning an ethical approach to wildlife photography, are important to gaining beautiful moments within our natural world.
All of our holidays and photo days are very carefully designed to place you in front of the best photographic opportunities. We believe the images that you will achieve from our hearted, professional and fun approach will be well worth your time with us.
At Wild Exposures we are passionate about conservation and take our environmental responsibilities very seriously. For us welfare of wildlife and habitats will always be the number one priority. We have developed a policy for environmental change, which allows us to give back to nature and the environment in several ways:
On the majority of our tours, we use community-based accommodation, focusing on income, which is then spent on the local villages for vital equipment, such as farming tools, schools and water pumps, along with important income for protection of species we focus on during the trip.
“Only when the last tree has died, the last river been poisoned, and the last fish been caught, will we realise we cannot eat money.”
Scott our founder and director, is a conservation and wildlife photographer, based on the Staffordshire and West Midlands borders in the UK. He is published regularly in world image magazines and newspapers, and his images have been awarded in many competitions, as well as regularly giving talks about his work. He is an active contributor to conservation charity Arkive.org. Scott, is the founder of Wild Exposures Ltd, a proud father, an Aston Villa fan and is married to his best friend Claire.
I have now done 2 workshops with Scott, a great session with Owls and a really mega session with Eagles. Scott subtle approach to coaching is excellent but the most important thing is animal/bird welfare is second to none. Scott also has an excellent hide which I dubbed the “Executive Shed” with a reflection pool, which attracts an amazing array of birds.
Just returned from the Spring Scotland trip. 3 days of fantastic activity, Kingfisher, cuckoo, dippers and of course sparrow hawk affectionately known as Mad Max. Organisation really good as was accommodation. Highly recommended I also went on winter trip as well.
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