At our last club meeting we were treated to a truly inspirational talk by Tom Way, award winning Fine Art Wildlife Photographer recognised in various international competitions, including European Wildlife Photographer Of The Year and the Sony World Photography Awards. Tom's passion for his craft was clear to all and his engaging style of delivery meant that we were given in-depth detail about his adventures, as well as descriptions of how he captures engaging images, alongside an opportunity to admire his latest work. His greatest passion is for Africa where he focuses on capturing powerful images of such big game as lion, rhino, leopard and elephant in destinations such as Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, and he also leads a number of photographic safaris, enabling those who travel with him to get their ultimate image of big game. He has also visited India to capture images of tigers, another passion that he has. Tom spends several weeks on location and is satisfied with capturing a handful of stunning images a year. He believes strongly in three photographic principles, namely light, character and simplicity and this was clear to see in the outstanding images that were shown to us. Awe inspiring and mesmerising. An enjoyable evening.
Under Mother's Guidance by Tom Way
Last Man Standing by Tom Way
Descent by Tom Way