DECISIONS, DECISIONS

February 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
At a recent camera club talk, somebody pointed out that while still being a strong focal point, the main subject is often very small in my images. Strangely this wasn't a conscious decision on my part or even something I had noticed before, but, with another presentation coming up on the very subject of composition, it did get me thinking. Composi...
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REVIEW: LOWEPRO WHISTLER BP 350 AW

January 25, 2017  •  1 Comment
When it comes to bags, photographers are spoilt for choice. Camera bags come in so many different shapes and sizes that it should be easy for anyone to find the ideal bag. As a landscape photographer my perfect bag would be a good sized, hard-wearing backpack. Not so large as to become a burden, but big enough to hold a reasonable amount of camera...
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UNDER PRESSURE

January 12, 2017  •  2 Comments
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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