Adam Hough Photography

Adam Hough Photography

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

moving is closing in

so our move to the Orkney islands is going ahead . Its has been an emotional decision and for someone who does not get emotional it has been hard but we are looking forward to the adventure . in the mean time work goes on and over the past few days i have been taking photos for a client of some of his cockatoo.

 above: lesser sulphur crested cockatoo below: lutino galah

Wednesday, 9 September 2015


I thought i would share a few pictures of Sanday Island in the Orkneys. It is one of the Northern most islands and is a low lying piece of land with lots of sandy beaches from where it gets its name.

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Wasp spider

You should all get out and find one of these magnificent animals .

Tuesday, 1 September 2015


Tried something different on the London foxes with a wide angle lens . I had to stand back and use an infra red button but i like the effect it gives. This was a grown on fox cub and had started to get used to people leaving food out for him. By the second time i had gone back he had gone obviously grown up and was not as needy to people .

Monday, 31 August 2015

its been a long time

I have seen the title "its been a long time" on so many blogs and it is the problem nowadays that there is just not enough time . However i have decided that at least once a week i will write a blog post.
(lets see how long it lasts)

So a little catch up. I have done loads since i last wrote on here and i do not know where to begin.

I have had a book published which is my biggest achievement to date "The Arcadia guide to Reptile and Amphibian Nutrition" written by John Courteney-Smith is a book that contains only my images. I have started some more projects since then and will write about those over the next few weeks.

This photo is one from the book and shows relationship between predator and prey. It was a fun project to work on.

The other big announcement is that i applied for a job on Sanday Island in the Orkneys. If i get the job it is likely i will move which will mean lots of blog posts .........stay tuned.