About

Alan Hewitt
Alan Hewitt Official FUJIFILM UK X-Photographer
Alan Hewitt Formatt-Hitech Brand Ambassador

I am a wildlife photographer, filmmaker, writer and photo safari leader based in Northumberland in the United Kingdom.

My appreciation and fascination of wildlife leads me to document and share the natural world we live in. From my favourite local patch, The Farne Islands to the birds and mammals of the Masai Mara, I am always amazed by our wildlife.

I am delighted to be a brand ambassador for FUJIFILM UK – an ‘Official FUJIFILM X Photographer’, and also for specialist camera filter manufacturer, Formatt-Hitech.

I welcome commissions for photography and filmmaking assignments, workshop/tour leading and magazine editorial features. Please see my evolving range of editorial tear sheets and media work. While my main experience is in wildlife and conservation, I am also happy to discuss other commercial assignments.

Please contact me to discuss your requirements.

Official FUJIFILM UK X-Photographer

Formatt-Hitech Ambassdors

Alan Hewitt Photography Media and Tearsheets
Alan Hewitt Photography Events
Alan Hewitt Photography Projects

Media

Video and tear sheets media, print and online magazine articles and press cuttings.

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Events

Upcoming schedules for illustrated talks, presentations and events.

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Projects

An overview on some of the larger projects I am currently involved with.

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Ethics

As a responsible and conservation-minded photographer I am committed to a number of ethical standards in my photography:

  • First and foremost, the welfare of subjects always takes priority over the photograph.
  • The vast majority of my photographs are of wild subjects. Where this is not the case, I try to point out their circumstances.
  • I do not use live bait or sound lures to attract subjects.
  • While processing my photographs I enhance and ‘fine-tune’ only. I do not use any digital manipulation in such a way to misrepresent the subject or its environment. I believe wildlife photography forms a natural history record and that carries an implicit expectation that the photograph is a depiction of a scene witnessed and experienced in nature by the photographer.
European bee-eater, © Alan Hewitt Photography