Landscape Photography Blog
As a photographer there is nothing more rewarding than seeing one of your prized photographs beautifully framed hanging on a wall or selling fine art prints to admirers of your work. I find this one of the most rewarding aspects of being a photographer but when I first started selling prints, I found it one …Read More »
On the night of the 7th December 2011 the Edro III set sail from Limassol carrying a cargo of plasterboard destined for Rhodes with a crew of 9 sailors, 2 Egyptian and 7 Albanian. The ship left port with a green light due to the weather being deemed fit for the voyage where the vessel …Read More »
My top Lightning Photography tips for getting that epic shot and yes most of them, if not all have come from my own failed attempts. I will keep this blog post updated with a brief summery of each trip over the year in my pursuit for that elusive Image.
Embrace Bad Weather and add that extra dimension to your Landscape Photograph. Create unique portfolio images and don’t become a slave to just magic hour. My blog post explains why I am always seeking to capture those extreme weather conditions through my photography.
The magic of the ocean is something I love to try and capture in my seascape photography especially huge rolling waves during a wild storm. I decided to head over to Hells Mouth, North Wales for a scouting trip as it is renown for it’s big waves and boy was I not disappointed!
Video drone footage from Elan Valley prior to my astrophotography shoot. I just absolutely love this place for a spot of nightscape photography.
We all have them, yes the dreaded “Bad Days” and it can seem like it happens more often than not when it comes to being on location trying to capture that perfect landscape photograph. The early starts, the late nights, the hundreds of miles covered, the hours of endless planning for the weather to decide …Read More »
As the summer months approach and the days get longer for most it’s a welcome change in the seasons but for me as a landscape photographer it means getting up at 3:30am so I can get to a location before sunrise which at times can be a real shock to my body clock. Today I …Read More »