Eyes of Nikon

D810 | AI AF Fisheye-Nikkor 16mm f/2.8D | ISO 400 | 1/8000 | f/5.6


Craig Jonesクレイグ・ジョーンズ

Craig Jones is a professional wildlife photographer and experienced expedition and workshop leader who runs his own photo tours to many places throughout the UK and further afield around the world. He is skilled as a wildlife photographer by interpreting and presenting wildlife as he sees it and a way that invokes beauty, mood and emotion with each moment captured. Finalist in the Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2010 and the GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011, and has received BWPA. His images are widely published throughout the world having graced the covers and pages of numerous premier publications. http://www.craigjoneswildlifephotography.co.uk

Photographer's Eye

As a wildlife photographer, I find myself in truly amazing landscapes while waiting, looking or photographing the planets wildlife. Within my own photography, I’ve always loved including the wider habitat within those images I capture to show people how and where a certain animals lives. Using Nikons’ 16mm fisheye lens lets me capture some of those wonderful landscapes while also allowing me to use my own creative thought process using the angles and perspectives this amazing lens gives you. The outcome can often be amazing with the ability to turn the lens upwards or downwards, which creates a rounded image that I love. My 16mm fisheye takes no room up and is always in my camera bag. When I use it, I’m always looking for a totally different look and perspective of our wonderful world we share with the natural world. It is sharp throughout and really pushes your own style and artistic visions.

Work of Craig Jones