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CREPUSCULAR CREATURES

Castlerigg, Cumbria

Castlerigg, Cumbria

Although there are obvious directional differences, the colour palettes of dawn and dusk are essentially identical but sequenced in reverse. Landscape photographers are crepuscular creatures, we tend to function most creatively at twilight, be it dawn or dusk. Continue reading »

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A FLEETING OPPORTUNITY

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The slow methodical approach of the large-format photographer has much to offer the inquisitive SLR user. Taking more time over our photography, adopting a more disciplined workflow and meticulous attention to composition can help us to create compelling imagery. Continue reading »

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THE FOURTH DIMENSION

The wonderful thing about fine-art landscape photography as opposed to other styles of landscape photography is it’s over-riding emphasis on personal expression and creativity.

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SHOOTING THE BREEZE

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St Michael’s Mount, Marazion, West Cornwall

Celtic legend has it that a few thousand years ago, Mount’s Bay was a dense forest that became the submerged victim of rising sea-levels. Evidence of preserved tree trunks from an ancient forest can still be seen in parts of Mount’s Bay at low tide. It has since suffered ship-wrecks, smugglers, Spanish attacks and a tsunami.

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