Burrard-Lucas Wildlife Photography Blog
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 Time-lapse

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I’m pleased to announce that our wildebeest time-lapse video has been commended in the new time-lapse category of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. I have edited a new version of this footage, which you can view below: The scenes shown in this footage are among the most awe-inspiring I have ever witnessed! […]

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Join me in Zambia – Safari Giveaway!

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I’m delighted to announce that next October, I will be leading an exclusive 7-day photographic safari in Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park. There are just eight spaces on this trip and two of them are up for grabs in my new giveaway! Enter the giveaway here. In 2012 I moved to Zambia for a […]

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RAW Exposure: Business & Marketing for Photographers

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I have launched a new business and marketing training platform for photographers! It’s called RAW Exposure. For the last couple of months I have been working hard to create content for this new platform. I remember how hard it was to get my photographs noticed in the early days, and what a struggle it was […]

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Black & White Wildlife Prints

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I have released a collection of eight new black & white wildlife prints. Each print is limited to just 25 editions. Below are three preview images from this new collection. Print I: “Lion” Photographed with BeetleCam in Kenya. Print III: “Elephants in Rain” This image was taken during an almighty downpour in the Serengeti. I […]

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Ethiopian Wolf Project

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In the remote highlands of Ethiopia lives the rarest canid on Earth: the Ethiopian Wolf (Canis simensis). Today, less than 450 of these elegant animals survive. Ethiopian wolves may look like foxes or jackals but DNA analysis shows that their closest relatives are actually the grey wolves of Europe. 100,000 years ago, a common ancestor […]

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Photographing Meerkats

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Earlier this year, I travelled to the Makgadikgadi Pans region of Botswana to photograph some of the most charismatic (and cutest) creatures in Africa – meerkats!

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BeetleCam Project Update

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Over the years BeetleCam has evolved a fair bit, and today I’m excited to announce the latest version of my remote camera buggy… the BeetleCam Hybrid! You’ll remember I developed the first BeetleCam back in 2009. BeetleCam allowed me to safely position my camera in front of potentially dangerous African animals, such as lions, elephants […]