Elliott Neep Photography

Stunning photographs of tigers

African Lion (Panthera leo nubica)

PHOTO PRINTS

A unique collection of remastered photographs, available as traditional photo prints with white borders or as contemporary mounted wall art – matte canvas, aluminium, acrylic glass. The Photo Print range is available in three sizes – 20cm, 40cm & 80cm in traditional 3:4 format and 20cm, 50cm and 90cm in panoramic 2:1 format prints. These photo prints are exceptional value for money, printed to order and delivered direct to your door.

Exquisite gallery class prints of animal portraits

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High-quality stock wildlife images

Sunrise Perch (November 2010)

STOCK IMAGES | COMING SOON

COMING SOON | Since 2005, I have photographed with 35mm full-frame DSLRs and pro lenses. The vast majority of my images are available at a native resolution of 4,000px to 7000px at 300dpi. I take pride in my work and animal welfare always takes priority. When licensing an RM image, the price will depend on what you’re usage, i.e. what you are using the image for. To make things easier I have some great price packages ready to click and go. These are based on the most popular image usage, offer you great value and can be found below each image.

PHOTO STORIES

Spotted Hyena (Crocuta crocuta)

Do you think hyenas are just dumb scavengers? Think again.

Hyenas have a very poor rep. Often depicted as the merciless villain, often shown on TV chomping a pretty young fawn or attacking beautiful and fluffy big cats. OK, the adults might not win any ‘best looking animal’ awards, but their cubs are damn cute! And there is one other extremely important aspect to a …

Royal Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris)

How does it feel to see baby tiger cubs suckling in the wild?

Early in the morning, soon after entering Bandhavgarh tiger park, we’d spotted a female tiger. It was the Chakradhara tigress walking through one of her meadows. It was still so early that it was too dark for any but the most outrageous motion-blur photography. The sun was still below the horizon and the tigress was …

Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

How do cheetahs learn to hunt?

It’s November in Kenya’s world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve. As we enter the Short Rains, equatorial heat and morning sunshine repeatedly give way to torrential afternoon downpours and steely grey skies. The herds are dwindling as herds of The Great Migration head south, following the rains and fresh pastures. Accompanying the herds, nomadic cheetahs prey on fawns …

One feisty lion cub steals the show

I was in Ndutu for five days, guiding my Oryx Photography clients through Northern Tanzania. We’d found the Marsh Pride on our first day and spent a great deal of time with the lions every day afterwards. On this particular day, one little feisty lion cub stole the show. When we arrived at the scene, all …

African Lion (Panthera leo nubica)

What happens when you slap a huge lion on the nose?

As had become the norm, the Large Marsh pride were enjoying their morning sun-bathing session, sprawled out on the parched silt. The pride male was sitting on a lofty grass-covered vantage point, again looking windswept, interesting and still so majestic. As our Landcruiser came to a halt, he shook his great mane and stood up. Three young …

African Lion (Panthera leo nubica)

Why you should always respect your elders

It was still very early in the morning as we made our way to a rendezvous with a few other vehicles from Kicheche Mara Camp. They had found the local lion pride breakfasting on a fresh zebra kill (taken down in the early hours). The two big pride males were roaring along with the lioness …

Black-backed jackal (Canis mesomelas)

Nature in the raw: Jackal tag-team prey on newborn Tommy fawn

Big cats are beautiful and the ‘massive nature’ spectacle of endless herds migrating north is a bewildering vision. But, somewhere beneath the glossy brochure exterior of the ‘Big 5’ (I hate that phrase), blue skies, and picnic breakfasts out on the savannah, there is a relentless fight for survival being fought, every second, between predator …

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