7 Years of Camera Shake
When David Plummer was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2009 at the age of 40, he decided to make the most of the situation and spent the following seven years capturing stunning images of wildlife.
About the photographer
David Plummer’s passion for wildlife began aged two, when he remembers studying woodlice. He has since become a renowned wildlife expert and photographer, shortlisted for Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2016. A combination of relentless research, patience, and knowledge of his subjects are the key aspects of Plummer’s success.
Even being diagnosed with Parkinson’s failed to perturb him, and he has since produced some of his best work. Plummer is keen to change the negative public image of Parkinson’s in the UK. By capturing photography of this standard, he has already proven that the disease not have to be limiting.
7 Years of Camera Shake is a collection of more than 200 of Plummer's favourite photographs in his native UK and worldwide. The book features breathtaking images of cheetahs on the hunt, hares framed by the sunset and many more unique snapshots of the natural world.
To view the images as a slideshow, click on the arrows in the top right hand corner of the photos below.