Geraint Radford is an Olympus Ambassador sepcialising in macro photography. Armed with a deep love of the natural world and a macro lens, he hopes to show that the small world should be treasured.

He is a self proclaimed biscuit enthusiast and a weevil's best friend.

Hello! 
Thanks for visiting my website and I really hope that you enjoy looking at my photographs.

 

Here's a little bit about me (only a little so I don't bore you.)

Nature and wildlfie in general is amazing. I believe that each being is unique and should be treasured. 

I just love to be outdoors and photography for me is really a way of celebrating the natural world. I love showing others a really cool looking bug or a wonderful animal or scene that I happened to find.

In 2016, after a few fun filled years of commercial photography, I decided to follow my heart and began working towards building a career in photographing nature.

You will notice that I spend much of time photographing insects and small flora. Popping a macro lens on a camera is just like travelling to a different planet and even your garden will be transformed.

I will never trap or move insects, they are photographed exactly where and how they are found. The risk of damaging one of my bug buddies is simply not worth a few pixels.



Togethe with my good chum Rob Cottle, I run nature photography tours and workshops, you can find more info at www.natureship.co.uk

I use Olympus equipment to capture my images here's a little list of what I have.

Olympus OM-D EM1 mkii Camera
Olympus 60mm macro lens

Olympus FL900R Flash
Olympus STF-8 Flash unit

If you have any questions about the equipment feel free to send an email to hello@geraintradford.com

Thanks for visiting my site!

Ger

 


 

Cool Stuff 

Highly Commended Outdoor Photographer Of The Year 2016


Portrait of  a Splayed Deer Fly

Digital SLR Photography Magazine Feature  - July 2018

Contributor For WEX Photographic


"Telling Stories with Macro Photography" blog

Highly Commended Outdoor Photographer Of The Year 2017


Portrait of a Pale Tussock Moth

BBC Wildilfe Magazine 2017 Calendar Feature


Portrait of  a Splayed Common Blue Damselfly

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