More About Jon P Farmer

Game Shoot Photographer

Game Shoot Photographer ~ Combining Passions

As an experienced shooter and a professional photographer I am combining my passions to provide Shooters across the UK with Game Shooting Photography. Presented in the highest quality products, my images celebrate the best of the British Countryside and the finest of British driven game shooting.

I love spending time on the shooting line whether with my B725 G1 Hunter or with my cameras. Whether I be shooting high pheasants or sporting images, in equal measure, I am in my element. Over the years I have come to understand what images shooters like, and my experience of shooting means I can seamlessly integrate, safely, into your shoot day.

Out of season, the work doesn’t stop. Let me join you on your organised clay shoots or gun dog scurries, providing even more quality imagery throughout the summer.

Speak soon

Jon P Farmer

To find out more about my Game Shooting Photography

World English Sporting Championships

It was a real pleasure to be at EJ Churchills shooting the World English Sporting Championships for the CPSA's Pull! Magazine this year, because it was a bit of a homecoming for me. I was brought up in Hazlemere, which is just north of High Wycombe, I then lived at...

My Shooting Season, All Wrapped Up … Eventually!

Look, I know ...I know that the shooting season ended months ago now, but sometimes it takes me a while to square up all the work from a season, and this week saw the delivery of a very special set of books that winds my season up .... finally! It was November last...

Game Shoot Photography – Camera Advice

I have been asked a number of times, advice on "which camera is best for game shooting and/or wildlife photography?" It's come up enough times now that I thought I should add it to the blog in case I get asked again. However it's not an easy question to answer - in...

Partridge vs Pheasant ?

Which Is Smarter? Partridge or Pheasant? Perhaps not one of the shooting worlds most pressing questions but nonetheless on the way to clay shooting at the weekend I was able to conduct this highly technical and extremely scientific assessment to bring you...

A Fieldsports Photographer’s Choice of Stag

  I get married in a few weeks and when I was thinking of all the options for a "Stag Do" - pub crawl in Edinburgh, lads weekend to Alicante, quad bikes and paintballing - as a Fieldsports Photographer there really was only one option .... shooting! Now this was...

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