Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Clearing Storm.

Taken on the West Sussex coastline in real horrible conditions, rain, wind and cold. But despite the conditions I persevered and suddenly the light broke and the storm began to clear. You never know when the light will change. Art Panorma 617, Tmax 100.

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Some of my images are now showing on the a really nice collection of my work over the last couple of years.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Excellent news! my Power Station image has won a bronze award with the Epson  International Panoramic awards.

Sunday, 29 June 2014

Shades of Autumn

New Limited Edition.

Taken in the new forest national park near Bransgore UK. The only image captured that day and although pretty straightforward to take, finding a UN cluttered composition proved a problem.
In fact possibly a four-hour problem. But after a lengthily search this was the result, and I think it works well; the different shades and tones compliment the time of year.

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

New Limited Edition

Here is my new limited edition titled: Power Station. Taken on a very grey and overcast morning my aim was to portray a man made object being taken back by nature as the tide claimed back it's place on the South East Coast. I wanted the image to be dramatic and with sense of mystery.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012


Here is the latest instalment. Afterglow, basically the heaven's opened up and I and the camera felt the full force of Mother Nature. After a quick dry off, me and the camera, there was still at least another 30mins before any decent light would be available. I reached for the thermos and poured myself a homemade brew, and preceded going through the motions that every landscape Photographer goes through. Composition, focus, exposure and so on to finally loading the film. (Yes film)
In the background I could see the storm moving away across the South Downs, this played a major role in the overall image with the pinkish tones coming into play. The clouds drifted and the sun made its last attempt to stay out and the scene was set. With only about 10 minutes or so to spare, four exposures were made, and what I feel is one of my best images of the year so far.