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This is where Staffordshire is located!Telephoto Digital Photography

Most of the images displayed here were taken in and around Staffordshire in central England. The telephoto images were taken by combining digital cameras with a Swarovski spotting scope.

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I had long harbored the ambition to have a go at wildlife photography, but had been put off by the cost of the equipment, or the days and weeks spent positioning hides required to get good quality images.

Digiscoping is a technique that combines a digital camera with a spotting scope in order to deliver extreme telephoto images.

I became convinced that this technique was capable of delivering hi quality images after seeing the work of Ann Cook and fellow Brit Andy Bright, whose excellent Digiscoping website also provided me with most of the information I needed to get started.

Digiscoping continues to be a hobby pursued by many bird watchers and although many subsequently progress to Digtal SLR photography using large telephoto lenses, the simplicity and surprisingly good quality images that can be a achieved by digiscoping have kept me intersted in the technique.

If you're looking for information or want to discuss digiscoping techniques with others, then Andy Bright's Digiscoping Forum at Birdforum is a great place to start. In addition to picking up lots of information on the forums you can also check out thousands of images posted by digiscopers and photographers from all over the world.

I hope you enjoy the images presented on the site.

All the best
Andy Holt

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