Category Archives: Landscape Tips

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Trip Guide – Lanzarote

Mixing Work and Play We were only just back from 10 days of work/exploration in the gorgeous Hebrides.  My wife had previously made it clear that she needed a holiday in the sunshine too. To be specific she […]

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Photographing High Rocks

  Visiting High Rocks I have driven past High Rocks on a number of occasions but oddly I had never ventured in. I’ve had a drink across the road and expected to climb there at some stage until […]

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Don’t keep to the path.

Passing Places? Landscape Photography is a flexible genre. You can photograph the land, the sea, rural, urban, wild, tamed, you can shoot wide and you can pick out the detail in what I call ‘micro […]

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Level Horizons in Photography

Level Horizons in PhotographyThe creative process should rarely be shackled by ‘rules’. Rules have always been there to be broken, boundaries are pushed and new ideas emerge. Some of these ‘rules’ are more just there […]

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Eridge Rocks

Photographing Eridge Rocks     I admit I was slow to discover the amazing sandstone formations dotted throughout the Kent and Sussex Countryside. Naturally I am drawn to Landscapes that offer something different to the norm. These stunning […]

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Neutral Density Filters – A Simple Long Exposure Calculator

Neutral Density Filters – Long Exposure and Calculating Shutter Speeds Every photographer should have at least one ND filter (Neutral Density Filter). ND filters allow us to control the amount of light entering the lens […]