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 Landscape photography capturing 

the spirit of East Anglia.

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Justin Minns is a professional landscape photographer, author and workshop leader specialising in atmospheric images that capture the natural beauty of the landscape, particularly near his home in East Anglia.

An experienced workshop leader, Justin has been running 1-2-1 and group workshops in East Anglia for over five years as well as running workshops in the area for the National Trust, Forestry Commission and Royal Photographic Society. In addition to the UK workshops he also leads photography tours to locations around the world for Tatra Photography.

Justin regularly writes for photography magazines and his first book Photographing East Anglia, a photographers guidebook to the region is due to be published by Fotovue early 2019.


by Justin Minns

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Meanderings - exhibition

Visit my current exhibition at the Boathouse gallery in Flatford. Meanderings is a collection of landscape prints capturing the peaceful atmosphere of East Anglia’s gently meandering rivers. At the heart of the collection is the portrayal of the river Stour as it runs through ‘Constable Country’.

November 3rd 2018 - February 26th 2019 - The Boathouse Gallery, Flatford CO7 6UL

Dedham ,Essex

The gallery.



The Broads


Constable Country


A closer look


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Get out more…

Join me on a landscape photography workshop in some of the most beautiful destinations in the world, whether it be a weekend in East Anglia or two weeks in Patagonia there’s no better way to improve your photography.

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Buy a print...

A selection of my work is available to own in three print options each hand printed and finished using only the finest materials. To order first choose an image from the gallery.



A fine art print professionally mounted using snow white textured mount board and framed in a square profile light oak frame.

Each print is signed in the white space below the image and supplied ready to hang, all you need to do is choose the image.




My prints are individually printed using archival inks on a fine art paper chosen to suit the image (Hahnemühle Photo rag, Permajet Portrait white or Fotospeed Platinum baryta).

Each print is signed in the white space below the image.




My canvas prints are individually printed on 360gsm fine art canvas using archival inks then hand stretched over kiln dried stretcher bars. Before printing, the edges of the image are extended and blurred slightly so that when the print is wrapped around the frame, none of the original is lost from the front.

The finished print is protected by a scratch resistant Artshield UV matt laminate and supplied ready to hang.


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