All posts by Rob Cross

Rob Cross is a 49-year-old photographer from North Devon, UK. He's had an interest in wildlife, especially birds since he was a young lad. Once his kids had grown up, he changed jobs, and had some time on his hands so he decided to try his hand at capturing some images of our wonderful wildlife. A few years ago he visited Skomer Island in Wales - a fantastic and beautiful place then he got some really nice pictures of Puffins and his interest in photography has grown from there. Rob started with a bridge camera to learn the basics but is now using a Canon 1D MKIV coupled with a 300mm 2.8 lens most of the time which has been a great combo for him. Rob's favourite bird and subject to photograph is the Kingfisher, he has watched these birds an awful lot in the past few years and still get a buzz every time he hears or sees one. "In a world where man seems not to care enough about the disastrous decline in so many species, I am determined to enjoy it while I can." You can see more of Rob's photographs at his 500px profile or at his website.

4 Essential Photo Tips from a Wildlife Photographer

If you love the outdoors and snapping pictures of animals, then Wildlife Photography may be just for you. Wildlife photography focuses on the act of taking photos of wildlife or non-domesticated animals. It is also considered as one of the...

/ June 27, 2015