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DAYLIGHT COLOURS

Anderby Creek

The enchanting colours of twilight provide eternal appeal for the landscape photographer. Moreover, as darkness falls we often enjoy harnessing the potential of long-exposures. We may then allow time to reveal itself, smearing cloudy skies and water into a beautiful homogenous blur, introducing a compelling new dimension to mitigate the loss of spatial depth inherent in our two-dimensional imagery. Continue reading »

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SHOOTING THE STORM

LANDS-END

I have visited this place several times in the hope of capturing a pre-visualised image of these huge rocks receding into the distance like giant stepping stones towards Longships Lighthouse. A simple but powerful image of the beautiful pink afterglow once the sun has set, complementing the deep blues of dusk. Alas, on this particular visit, I was no closer to realising my intended scene. Continue reading »

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A FLEETING OPPORTUNITY

LOCH GARRY

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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