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A Focus (End Of Year Review 2016)

As the business grows one year older I feel there is becoming a deeper focus. One that sees a shift from photographing a general array of wildlife across the world to honing my passion for certain areas. When I first started photography I had a lust to photograph a wide range of subjects but within […]

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Tom Way Photography – Autumn Newsletter 2016

Welcome to the Tom Way Photography Autumn Newsletter with updates on my workshops and tours, latest images and assignments. If you would like to subscribe to this seasonal newsletter and be the first to receive current updates you can do so at the bottom if this page. By subscribing to this newsletter, you will be kept right up to speed with the […]

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In The Heart Of The Bush

Back in September I led my annual Zambian photographic safari to The Kafue National Park, which is the second largest in Africa and vastly unexplored. Being truly one of the last wild places on this continent and one that is not yet a well trodden tourist route. The beauty of this location from a photographic perspective […]

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Spectacular Shetland

I have recently returned from co-leading the Natures Images Shetland Spectacular Trip with Mark Sisson. This was my first time heading this far North in the UK and I was looking forward to the seeing the wildlife immersed in such dramatic scenery – it did not disappoint. Our first stop was the island of Unst where […]

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Magic Of The Mara

As things progress, I find that more and more of my time is spent on the most evocative continent of them all; Africa. If you are looking to produce images with power and majesty, these countries can really provide the perfect canvas. In comparison to photographing in the UK, you are presented with more opportunity to […]

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Progression (End Of Year Review 2015)

I am delighted with the way 2015 has progressed for Tom Way Photography. I feel I have achieved a great deal in the last 12 months and my business has moved forward leaps and bounds. My year started by joining Mark Hamblin in the Cairngorms National Park photographing mountain hares. I love the simplicity of the fine art […]

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Our Longest Days

Autumn colour is now adorning the trees and our summer almost seems a distant memory. For me the spring and summer months bring many photographic opportunities in the UK. With daylight hours at there longest, it gives me a good chance to photograph at first light and also long into the evening. I had a […]

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Penetrating The Impenetrable

To be in the company of any great ape is a very special experience. Making eye contact with the largest of all is very special indeed. It seems as if you can almost look into their soul seeing a thought process like in no other animal. They look back at you with intensity, with curiosity, with […]

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The Mother Of All Dry Places

Sitting in the middle of the Kalahari Desert just before the sun breaks the horizon, I could hear a pin drop. Nothingness. Normally daybreak in Africa might bring with it the distant call from a Lion, or the iconic song from a bee-eater, but the only thing I could hear was the blood pulsing in […]

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White On White: The Mountain Hare

With the lack of snow so far this year in the South of England, I was keen to head North into the Cairngorms National Park to make the most of the wintry conditions. My target for this trip was to photograph the Mountain Hare who at this time of year have their fantastic white winter coats. […]

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