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This is the section that will be the most active, and will include latest travel updates, photography projects and general information. This will be the best place to keep an eye on my photography so feel free to bookmark this page and visit on a regular basis.

Brecon Beacons in Winter

Published on 20th February 2016 - 0 Comments

With all the grey miserable weather in the UK it's been a couple of months since I've been away in the campervan, so I took the chance during some clear winter conditions to head to my favourite spots in the Brecon Beacons in South Wales. I only had a couple of days and the weather was bitterly cold but these are the times I am glad to have a diesel heater in the van. I have...

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Behind the Image - ‘Lurking’

Published on 20th July 2015 - 0 Comments

Things don't always go to plan in life, do they? And landscape photography is no exception, in fact taking images outdoors can be chaotic and unpredictable. I know some people have it planned down to the last element, check the tide times and when the sun and moon will come out to play, but I have to say nearly all my personal favourite images have come out of unpredictable circumstances and ever changing conditions. Being able to react to...

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The New Website is up and running!

Published on 3rd March 2015 - 4 Comments

Welcome to my shiny new website. It has been a labour of love to produce and I really hope you enjoy having a good look around. It's the culmination of three years photography and has taken almost a year to complete with one thing and another. It has been designed to be both responsive (runs effectively on different devices) and is retina screen optimised to give crisp, clear images even on the new generation of high pixel density screens. ...

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Long Lens Photography and the Canon 400mm f5.6 in the landscape.

Published on 28th January 2014 - 0 Comments

A few months ago I decided to get a long lens for shooting landscapes. It’s not the most common approach to capturing images in the landscape but once you get used to the idea of picking out small details and focussing in on them, it becomes a really interesting way to change your perspective on landscape photography and since buying it I’ve had a number of interesting and successful sessions in various locations. Being a Canon...

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Brecon Beacons in Winter

With all the grey miserable weather in the UK it's been a couple of months since I've been away in the campervan, so I took the chance during some clear winter conditions to head to my favourite spots in the Brecon Beacons in South Wales. I only had a couple of days and the weather was bitterly cold but these are...

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