A Lakeland walk over two of the highest and best-known English mountains.
On a recent visit to the Lake District, I used some free time to create some images of Stockghyll Waterfall.
Experience, images and post-processing from participating in a recent Joe Cornish one-day Landscape Workshop.
When I added up a new wideangle lens, graduate filters and a clear south-eastern sky forecast at dawn, my inspiration screamed “COAST”. This was the result from my shoot in December.
Some images from our short summer break in Edinburgh and the photographic circumstances behind them.
A new fell walk and photos have been added from an autumnal fell walk in the Lake District.
I had one of my best ever wildlife experiences last week. Find out more in this post.
A short update including some Durham project scouting and a website update.
Having struggled to create satisfactory panoramas before, I recently found some Open Source software that seems to do the job…with some reservations. This post details my first tussle with it, some of the pitfalls and my first image out of it.
In this final post (for now) of the series on Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, I’ll be rounding up the other locations and shot ideas that I haven’t given a post of their own but are still worth a mention.