An iconic win, a zillion frames - which one to pick?
India and Kohli tried in 2013, and it wasn't pretty
England cricket has changed leaders over the years, but our photographer has remained the same
Is it worth taking a 19-hour plane journey to cover Test cricket in Chittagong and Dhaka? Duh
To capture a celebration scene, you have to be agile (and sometimes threatening)
The trials and tribulations of getting a player to pose for an interesting, sometimes offbeat, photo
The joys (and potential pitfalls) of being a cricket photographer in Sri Lanka
What did the first official T20 look like?
When the supporting act becomes the star
Running up and down the stairs in Dubai is worth it if you can get the perfect shot with the sun playing hide-and-seek
Yorkshire's finest feature prominently in 17 years worth of archival photographs that turned up out of the blue
It called for eight seconds of trigger-pressing to capture the fast bowler's celebration of Joe Root's wicket at Lord's
A once parochial Australia supporter decided to switch sides in 2005 - for a good reason
If the gentleman's game is dying, how do you portray it in a picture?
The Australia captain lost his rag when Brad Hogg failed to respond to him in the heat of the 2007 World Cup final
Photographing the very colourful Phil Tufnell in a colourful armchair on the sidelines of a county game
Off the field, Phillip Hughes was too shy to photograph well, but on it he was exciting - which too made the photographer's job difficult
No matter where you stand on the various controversies surrounding him, there's no denying Pietersen was a photographer's delight
Remember when Stuart Broad got his nose broken earlier this season?
There's something about Moeen Ali's long, dark beard
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