Considered to be a leading wildlife photographer amongst her contemporaries, Rachel Bigsby is a 26-year-old self-taught wildlife photographer carving an awe-inspiring career with her passion for seabirds and her flare for capturing natural artistry.
As a winner in five of the world’s most prestigious competitions, including Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Bird Photographer of the Year, a Nikon creator, a published photographer by National Geographic, a workshop leader and an emerging natural history broadcaster - it is Rachel’s mission to connect a global audience to new species with captivating photographs which spark a new found love or interest, perhaps empowering change while representing and inspiring young people.
Award Winning, Fine-Art Prints
WINNER of Natural Artistry in Wildlife Photographer of the Year
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‘Rachel’s uniquely creative approach to wildlife photography held us captive from the moment we were first introduced to it. Her technical mastery of exposure and focus empower some truly beautiful compositions, the likes of which are rarely seen from someone so early in their career.’
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Rachel Bigsby joins Nikon School's Neil Freeman to walkthrough using autocapture for wildlife, the latest feature to be added to the Z 9 in firmware version 4.00. In this video, they explore different ways to photograph the elusive badger, using autocapture to help create a truly unique image.