Welcome to the new-look blog

As you may have noticed, NatureInFocus.co.uk has been given a refresh. It’s now a fully responsive site that will both look great and work as well as the large screen, desktop version. All the important information, latest posts, and feature articles are all available from the home page, without requiring to go to the other pages.

The main reason for the refresh is to bring the branding and menu layout in-line with my portfolio site at elliottneep.com. This hosts both my print portfolio and Rights-managed Image Library. I also felt that the previous entity was a bit ‘messy’ and I like white space and clean design.

My portfolio site at elliottneep.com has also been given a minor refresh. As I am continually adding new prints, the existing collections were growing too large for easy viewing. Therefore, the Print Collections have been categorised into these smaller collections:

  • Tiger: A gallery dedicated solely to the Bengal Tiger
  • Manes & Prides: A collection of African lion photographs, with males, females, and cubs
  • Spotted Cats: Cheetahs, Leopards, and Servals
  • Plains Giants: A collection dedicated into the elephant, rhino, hippo, and giraffe
  • Stripes & Horns: A new collection for zebra, antelope, and gazelle
  • Countryside: The home of my British wildlife collection, with a focus on the field and forest animals
  • Coast: Supporting collection featuring otters, seals, and puffins
  • Life on Ice: Exclusively for polar bears and penguins
  • Feathered Friends: A varied collection from all continents, including flamingos, pelagics, and little owl
  • Living Landscapes & Vistas: Animals in their environment and pure landscapes from Africa, The Arctic, and Antarctica

I hope you enjoy the new-look site. Any thoughts or recommendations? Feel free to comment below.

EndThank you for reading


Photographic career began in 2002, freelancing as a commercial photographer. In 2005, I turned full-time 'wildlife pro', winning my first award and gaining agency contracts. Since then, I've travelled the world, photographing in the greatest wildlife hotspots.



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