Paul Hackett is widely accepted as one of the UK’s leading bird Digiscopers. He has been at the forefront of the Digiscoping revolution since 1998 and has pioneered many of the techniques and best practice used to great success today.
Robert Wilson has been digiscoping for three and half years after a 30 year career as a commercial photographer. Having stumbled upon a scope a month after retiring it is now his preferred method for photographing wildlife his new passion.
Simon Brumby born in the UK moved to the Netherlands in 2008, hear amongst the polders and dunes is where his passion for recording the natural world around him burgeoned.
Ana is a professional beautician but very passionate about nature and a big fan of ornithology and wildlife in general. She has always loved birdwatching and photography.
André Julinderis is 26 and lives in the southeast corner of Sweden, in a little province called Blekinge. He has a big interest in bird watching since he was 10 years old, and after he graduated school he has been working as a ringer at Falsterbo Bird Observatory for several years.
Gianluca Ubaldi was born in 1961 in Parma, Italy. He lives in the Parma hills, where he goes to photograph every day.