Cruising the Islands of Croatia with Michael Huggan Photography

July 18, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Cruising the Dalmatian Coast Setting off with my recently acquired Nikon D500 and a couple of lenses I spent the most wonderful week with my wife cruising round the islands of Croatia on board the MS Medula June 2017. We arrived at Zaton, not far from Dubrovnik, boarded the yacht in time for dinner and spent the first night on board in the harbour...
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Historic Grand Prix Cars Photography at Silverstone

May 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Historic Grand Prix Cars Photography at Silverstone On Friday 21st April the Historic Grand Prix Cars Association (HGPCA) holds a practice day at Silverstone Motor Racing Circuit, Northamptonshire, UK. I had an invitation from the HGPCA to come along and photograph the cars and general activities. The practice day is the warm up before the season s...
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Michael Huggan photographs Saracens and Harlequins rugby match at Wembley Stadium

April 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Saracens v Harlequins at Wembley Stadium On Saturday 8th April 2017 I realised one of my dreams and photographed Saracens v Harlequins rugby match as an accredited photographer at Wembley Stadium. I had access to the pitch sitting behind the advertising banners and between the loud speakers! There were a number of England players from both teams an...
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Hoole Racing Historic Motorsport with Michael Huggan

March 17, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Hoole Racing Historic Motorsport in France I joined Sid Hoole and guests at Circuit en Croix de Ternois in France for a few days testing before the racing season starts in ernest. Sid owns and runs Hoole Racing & Restoration of Historic racing Cars which compete on the worlds motor circuits. My intention was to photograph the cars in their garages...
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Maserati 250F image and car displayed at Historic MotorSport Show

March 05, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
1957 Maserati 250F image and car displayed at Historic MotorSport Show As an avid photographer of Historic Motor Sport racing a visit to the Historic Motorsport International show was essential. I went on Saturday 25th February and was pleasantly surprised to find a busy show, but plenty of access to view the cars. The other hall hosted the London...
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Motor Cycle Racing comes to Thruxton

October 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
NG Road Racing Round 14 I attended the NG Road Racing event, Round 14, at Thruxton Motorsport Centre 8th October 2016. As an accredited photographer I was able to gain access to areas for ensuring good pictures. The day was action packed with twenty races involving, practice, qualifying and the final races for several championships. Arriving early...
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Power Boat Photography with RAF High Speed Launch 102

September 20, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Power Boat Photography I have always had a passion for Power Boat Photography and jumped at the opportunity to photograph RAF High Speed Launch 102 on the Solent this September. In my younger years, I built and raced sea going radio controlled model power boats. One of these models was a RAF Launch similar to HSL 102, so now I had the chance to see...
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Michael Huggan Photography has a new website

March 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Hello and welcome to my new website. Those of you who have visited my web site previously may have thought the layout wasn't sharp enough and some thought it was ok. My previous site became too busy with a mix of social, family and anything else that I could put on the site. However, after a lot of soul searching I took the plunge and completely r...
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End of The Line Steam Engine Photography

March 19, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Whilst looking through some old images I came across my black and white negative file dating back from the 1970s. As I opened the file the first page was of scrapped steam engines that I had taken at Woodham Brothers Scrapyard in Barry, South Wales, UK. This was the end of the line for these once magnificent steam locomotives. Looking at the images...
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