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With sunrises now being at a much more sociable time of the morning I decided to get myself back into the swing of early morning rises and head to my favourite local beach.
This week I head to Burnhan-on-Sea to shoot the lighthouse. I's a location that I've been meaning to photograph for a long time!
Just because I don’t have a Nikon camera at the moment, doesn’t mean I can’t go out and take pictures.
In this blog post I’m going tell you about 7 AMAZING locations in Devon and Cornwall for landscape photography. This post is PACKED full of photographs and videos to inspire your landscape photography!
I was in Bath to attend Foto Fest so I took the opportunity to meet up with Gareth Danks to do a little street photography!
This week I photographed one of Dartmoor’s most iconic tors, Bowerman’s Nose. It’s not my first visit and it certainly won’t be my last.
You have to love the outdoors to enjoy landscape photography. Especially if you want to survive a cold and windy morning on Dartmoor!
A short blog post from me this week with a little bit of news of upcoming video projects and a new member of the team!
I had such fun last year wild camping with Gareth Danks in the Brecon Beacons that I decided to do it again. Armed with a tent, a camera, and a sense of adventure I head up into the hills of the Brecon Beacons for a spot of landscape photography. Would the weather be kinder to me this time though?
I’m just back from my summer holiday and while I was away I did a little more experimentation with macro photography.
Last week I shared with you some of my images that didn’t make the cut in my mid year review. To balance things out, this week I’m going to share with you some of my more successful images!
Some images are destined to only ever sit on a hard drive. In this blog post I take a look at some of those images in my library and discuss why they never saw the light of today until now.
5 Minute Photo Adventures
Be inspired to visit some of the best landscape photography locations in the UK with my 5 Minute Photo Adventure videos. Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I give you a brief tour of a location and take some amazing landscape images. You'll be reaching for your camera bag and car keys before you know it!
On My Booskshelf
Looking for a new book to inspire your photography? Well look no further than the On My Bookshelf video series! In each episode I l take a photography book from my own shelf, and tell you what I think about it.
Printing at Home
I love printing my landscape photographs at home! It’s a real passion of mine and for me the photographic process isn’t complete until I have made a print. I believe that it's not only a great skill to learn but that by printing your work you will become a better photographer. My journey as a printer is well documented in my blog so why not check out a printing related post to see if you will be inspired to hit that print button.
Devon Photography Locations
Devon has a rich and varied landscape. From the rolling hills of Dartmoor to the miles of dramatic coastline there is something for every landscape photographer to shoot. I’ve spent many years photographing Devon so if you are looking for some inspiration then check out some of my Devon location based blog posts.
Dartmoor Photography Locations
At nearly 1000 sq km, Dartmoor National Park in Devon is hard to ignore as a landscape photographer. Open moorland, tors, rivers, waterfalls, and wildlife, the whole area is rich with great photography locations. I regularly shoot there so you’ll find my blog full of posts to inspire you.
Cornwall Photography Locations
Like its neighbour Devon, Cornwall is a landscape photographers paradise. With nearly 300 miles of coastline that encompasses dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches, rocky islands and old tin mines there are virtually limitless opportunities to take images. To help you along here are some blog posts featuring some of my favourite Cornish locations.
As photographers we are always learning, always improving. Over the years that I’ve been writing this blog I’ve talked about many things that could be used to improve your landscape photography. This could be tips for when you are out on location or back home managing your photographs. Have a look at the following blog posts and see if you can’t pick up a tip or two!