I don’t really go in for self-indulgence with my images at all. I love to try and capture lovely conditions and landscapes, and although I share my images that I am proud of, I tend not to share them again. The commercial side to it has always been a secondary benefit, and one which I…Read details
I thought I’d write a quick blog on a recent trip, to try and capture an Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), from Dartmoor, as I have had a few questions about apps and camera settings. After installing a great little Android app when I was in Iceland this year (Aurora Alert) I often get periodic alerts…Read details
I was invited to speak at the Newton Abbot Photographic Club recently to talk about my landscape photography. The first half was talking about how I got into landscape photography, almost 3 years ago to the day, when I first bought my Canon 5DII. I explained how I progressed onto shooting without filters and then…Read details
Having just got back from Iceland with my wife, I wanted to submit 4 related images that encapsulated Iceland for me. Kind of snapshots of our experiences of this truly awe-inspiring Island of fire, ice and as it happens fog and rain.
I decided to enter this year with my image from Latrigg, Cumbria that I took in 2014 on a photography trip with my good friend Neil Porter. The crepuscular rays were fantastic that morning and as luck would have it my pano stitched well. I just got the results and although I did not…Read details
I was happy contribute a photograph and short piece to the Go Outdoors blog – “Discover the Outdoors With Your DSLR ” – and sub-article about taking photographs with a DSLR/FF camera which also included using phone and actions cams to get the best out of why they can offer. I chose an image I…Read details
I recently wrote and artcile for On Landscape magazine about post-processing and why outputs maybe different both between photographers but also our own, depending on our mood and the delay after shooting.
I wrote a condensed article on my trip to the US storm chasing for Capture Outdoors; a new website dedicated to outdoor photography and adventure. ‘Capture Outdoors is a website dedicated to the application of creativity in the outdoors from adventure photography to art created simply from resources found in the wild we aim to…Read details
I’ve been wanting to try making some dynamic time-lapse videos for a while now. I’ve done a few static ones on the GoPro before but having less control over the output and shooting quite wide-angle certainly has its limitations. The ability to shoot in RAW in high quality and make the adjustments you would do…Read details