UNDER PRESSURE

January 12, 2017  •  1 Comment
A frosty morning by the River Stour at Flatford, Suffolk © Justin Minns/National Trust When the weather forecasters talk of snow on the hills, it's not something that really affects those of us living in East Anglia. We don't have hills here. Well, we do but when the rest of the countryside is barely above sea level it doesn't take an awful lot to...
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THE BEST OF 2016

December 31, 2016  •  1 Comment
With the strains of Auld Lang Syne fading and the dawn breaking on a shiny new year, before we start looking forward to what 2017 has to offer, let's take a quick look back at 2016. Don't worry, I promise not to mention Brexit or Trump, instead I thought I would pick an image from each month of 2016, a mix of favourites, new images and shots which...
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LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2016

October 23, 2016  •  1 Comment
Where does the time go? I've been so busy with photography commissions, writing articles and getting my range of greetings cards off the ground that it's been months (six to be precise) since I last wrote anything for my blog. So, after such a long absence, what has prompted me to put pen to paper (or whatever the digital equivalent of that particu...
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REVIEW: LEE FILTERS FIELD POUCH

April 15, 2016  •  5 Comments
Over the years my collection of filters has become indispensable (not to mention valuable) so it's important that they are well protected while I'm in the field, both from the elements and my own clumsiness. I've never quite found the perfect storage solution so I was looking forward to getting my hands on the Lee 'Field pouch' to see if it fit the...
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TUTORIAL: BASIC RAW PROCESSING FOR LANDSCAPES

February 26, 2016  •  1 Comment
After - The final image Before - The original RAW file Before I begin processing I like to have an idea, however vague, of how the finished image will look. It doesn’t always go to plan but it helps get me started. Adobe Lightroom is at the heart of my workflow, as well as keeping my image library organised, it’s also where the bulk of my e...
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