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The magic of Cyanotypes

I've always kept a traditional darkroom where, on occasion, I love to get completely away from modern technology and the ...
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The Lake District

I've just been up to the Lake District for a long weekend. It's a region of the UK close to ...
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Bluebells – the vivid symbol of spring

Bluebells are frustrating in a photographic context. They can be difficult to capture satisfactorily. The problem is their immediate environment ...
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Ethereal seascapes

I've been using a new toy lately, the Lee Filters Big Stopper, which effectively lengthens any standard exposure by a ...
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Spring at a macro level

Spring has well and truly sprung. Shot these close up images on Sunday. Beautiful day with shrubs in the garden ...
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Trees in the mist

I've been out with the camera on the foggy mornings we've been having recently to try to catch some of ...
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Shooting concerts old and new

Time was when you could smuggle your film SLR into big name concerts and shoot by available stage light. I ...
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Street photography in London

Though most of my work centres around either weddings, commercial jobs, travel or landscapes, I am a great fan of ...
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North Wales in the rain

Some shots from my two days in Snowdonia, North Wales (Tuesday/Wednesday). When a whole tourist industry is closed and out ...
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I remember when this was all fields

Well it was actually – about two weeks ago. Now it's a lake. The floods come to my village of ...
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