Bluebells flowering in beechwood. There are few sights more beautiful than an English bluebell wood in spring. I moved the camera during the exposure to give it a painterly quality.
Robert Canis is a professional photographer specialising in the natural world, based in Kent, England.
A self-confessed non-globe-trotting photographer, he prefers to stay close to home since he feels that only by doing so can you really get under the skin of a place and reveal it in all it's forms.
Robert does, however, occasionally travel abroad but, just like when at home, will revisit locations many times over, in all seasons. These include Finnish Lapland, Poland and the Czech Republic.
He frequently lectures on photography and conservation issues throughout England and his work is marketed by three of Europe's leading image libraries, FLPA, Wildlife GmbH and Photoshot..
Robert has been awarded the following:
British Wildlife Photography Awards: 2x Winner - Botanical Britain
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: 2x Highly Commended
International Garden Photographer of the Year: 2x Highly Commended
Environmental Photographer of the year: Highly Commended.
International Photography Awards: Honourable Mention
Asferico: Highly Commended
Royal Photographic Society's International Exhibition: Winner
In 2014 Robert was appointed a Nikon ambassador for their 2014 Extreme Weather Photography campaign.