Latest work - December 2014

December 05, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I've been trying to catch up on some processing so I have a few photos to upload, the first batch of which is a mix of old and new images from my local area of the Suffolk coast. The first this month is a view that has become pretty well known amongst photographers and the scene of what i would imagine is my best known image. You don't often see...
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Mist opportunities

November 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
The problem with being a part-time photographer is the 'weekend weather rule'. The weekend weather rule states that the weather on Monday will always be absolutely perfect for whatever type of photography you couldn't do over the last couple of days due to bad weather*. This Monday was particularly bad with a weekend of drab overcast, raininess fol...
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Autumn adventure

November 21, 2014  •  1 Comment
Wicken Fen If you're a photographer yourself it probably won't come as much of a surprise to hear that I love autumn. With it's cool misty mornings, low afternoon sunlight and of course the colours it is probably my favourite time of year. Actually, truth be told I get excited by the start of every new season so you may well see a post in a few we...
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Latest work - October 2014

October 28, 2014  •  3 Comments
I've decided to change things up a little bit on my website, nothing too drastic just a small change in how I present new work. Rather than quietly uploading new images to the 'latest work' gallery, I thought it might be nice to introduce a selection of them on a blog post and say a few words about how and why each shot came about… I'm going to hav...
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Meandering

October 11, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I've always loved photographing the coast. It's hard to beat watching the sunrise on a deserted beach and seeing the scene in front of you transformed by the first rays of golden sunlight. There's more to it than that though, there's something about the coast that has that extra bit of magic that photographers crave. Of course the weather condition...
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