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A professional photographer based in Devon, south-west England

An experienced and qualified photographer, a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP), shooting for National Geographic Creative.

Tel 01626 770181; Email info@nigelhicks.com

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Would you like to own a piece of Nigel Hicks photography?

Well you certainly can, in the form of our calendars, prints and books, sold online through our sister business, Aquaterra Publishing. The books cover mainly Nigel’s travel photography and photography tuition, while the prints and calendars cover mostly his landscape photography, particularly in southwest England. Read on….

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Prints

Featuring Nigel’s landscape photography in both the UK and around the world, these top quality prints, signed by Nigel and produced with archival inks and papers, guaranteeing a very long life, are available in three sizes:


56x40cm (22.5x16in approx);  £55.00

40x28cm (16x11in approx); £30.00

29x20cm (11.5x7.75in);  £20.00


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Books

Nigel has written and provided the photography for a number of books, mainly in the genres of travel and photography tuition. The most recent is The Philippines: The Most Beautiful Places, a glossy coffee table book featuring many of that country’s most well-known travel locations.

To see sample pages from the ones we have for sale click on the image on the below, or click here.

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The Panda’s Tale

Journeys in search of the wild heart of China

A new ebook by Nigel Hicks about his photographic travels in China.

Two years spent photographing in some of the remotest and wildest corners of this vast country. The Panda’s Tale is a travelogue about those journeys, negotiating both perilous roads and dense bureaucracy, exploring forests and mountains, facing arrest simply for being a foreigner in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Wild Southwest

The Landscapes and Wildlife of Southwest England

A brand new glossy book by Nigel about the landscapes and wildlife of southwest England. Text and photography by Nigel. Published by Aquaterra Publishing, Nigel’s own publishing company. The book is available through all bookshops, both high street and online. And you can buy online here.

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