Archive for 2009

Photographing the Moon

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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first man to walk on the moon, we have selected a few of our favourite lunar photographs.


Indonesia: Orangutans & Volcanoes

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I have recently returned from a fantastic ten-day trip to Indonesia. I started in Tanjung Puting National Park on the island of Borneo where I spent several days photographing Orangutans. I then flew on to Java where I explored the ancient Buddhist monument of Borobudur and some spectacular volcanic scenery. Kalimantan, Borneo Indonesia is the […]


Wildlife Photography Competition Results

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We would like to thank everyone who entered our recent Wildlife Portraits competition. Matthew and I have been overwhelmed by the response and have spent the last week sifting through the 3,500 photographs that were submitted. The overall standard of photography was fantastic and we had an extremely difficult task in whittling the submissions down […]


Easter in Rome

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Over the Easter weekend, what better place to visit than Rome? I was fortunate enough to spend last weekend exploring some of the historic sights of Rome and the Vatican City. Although I tend to focus on nature photography, I believe that photographing a broad range of other subjects makes me a better photographer. I […]


Wildlife photography interview on deviantART

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I have recently been interviewed byJohn De Bord for deviantART, a popular online art community. John asked a series of great questions and I provided some fairly in-depth responses. Here are some of the topics that were covered in the interview: How I got started in photography What gear I use How Matthew and I […]


Behind the shot: Celestial Storks

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We took this photograph last year in the Pantanal, Brazil. It shows two Jabiru Storks sleeping in their nest while the stars rotate overhead. The camera was positioned so that the southern celestial pole was behind the nest and an exposure time of 40 minutes was used to capture the star trails. The tree was […]


Meerkats of the Kalahari

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Matthew and I have recently added a gallery of Meerkat photos to Burrard-Lucas.com. The photographs were taken in the Kalahari Desert (Botswana) over the course of two days last year. The temptation would have been for us to both use telephoto lenses but we wanted to try and get a fresh perspective by showing the […]