Category Archives : Conservation Photography

Photographer Toby Gibson discusses Conservation Photography and other wildlife related topics


Killing two birds with one stone 1

…And other inappropriate metaphors. How about some modern alternatives? Killing two birds with one stone I often find myself using old-fashioned expressions without paying any thought to how inappropriate they might be. As a keen birder, conservationist and bird¬†photographer “Killing two birds with one stone” is probably the most inappropriate aphorism of all. In particular […]

Two guillemots standing out from the crowd

Mimic Octopus

Mimic Octopus in Shooting Wildlife Exhibition

Some of my photographs were recently selected to appear in the World Land Trust gallery exhibition –¬†Shooting Wildlife This includes the image of a mimic octopus off Negros island in the Philippines. The World Land Trust supported the purchase of the nearby Danjugan Island, a tropical paradise which I was lucky enough to visit in […]