Archive for 2016

Hi Key Photography – My Tips

Filed in Articles, Photography Tips on Nov.05, 2016

Intentionally overexposing a photograph can create a fascinating image that tells a beautiful story. High key photography can be achieved very simply by adjusting your camera settings.Everything you need to know about High-key photography is actually in the name.

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National Geographic Magazine

Filed in Articles, In the Press on Oct.25, 2016

A wonderful article illustrated by my images covering the work of Panut Hadisiswoyo, Director of OIC in Sumatra is published in November’s issue of National Geographic magazine. Telling the story of how the critically endangered Sumatran Orangutans are trafficked and sold as pets.

national-geographic - Craig Jones Wildlife Photography

national-geographic - Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Inspirational Evening in London

Filed in Events, Exhibitions on Oct.19, 2016

I’ve just returned for an amazing private viewing and auction evening in London as the Green Party unveiled its first ever large scale art exhibition at the Hoxton Arches gallery in London. It featured works donated by 50 green-minded artists ranging from household names in contemporary art to exciting up and coming street artists and everything in between.

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The Kingdom of Bhutan Photo Tour 2017

Filed in Places Of Interest, Workshops on Oct.04, 2016

I’m pleased to announce after alot of planning my new photo tour to the kingdom of Bhutan is now live on my website. This 9 day tour will cover some of the best places in this amazing country for wildlife, culture and local history. Helping me on the ground is the sister company to the guys that are helping me with my Snow Leopard expedition in 2017 which is now full and in 2018. They are one of the market leaders for this region.

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Red Grouse-Entrusted Into Our Care

Filed in Articles, Places Of Interest, Workshops on Aug.18, 2016

They live in and among some of the harshest environments in the UK, once a year the heather there turns this wonderful colour, showing off the moorland habitat to its best. A true specialist of this environment, the Red Grouse is cruelty killed each year, forced from the ground by beaters, taking off in a blind panic and into the guns of paid shooters from a day they name the “Glorious Twelfth

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