Author Archives: Richard

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Where Do I Go From Here?

A good question, and one I have been asking myself more and more recently. I’m probably most well-known for the minimal monochrome winter landscapes I love to shoot and still do, but I’m increasingly being […]

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No Such Thing As The Perfect Camera Bag!

This has to be a first for me as I’ve never actually managed to wear holes in a camera bag before! I’ve used my trusty Case Logic backpack for six years now and despite the […]

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Studded Snow Boots

Way back in February 2013, Janet, myself and a couple of friends took a trip to the Lofoten Islands. The first few days proved to be very rainy, but it froze overnight giving us very […]

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Getting About In Snowy Conditions

Given our liking for roaming around the moors and dales in the snow, you’d think we ran a four-wheel drive vehicle, but no, we’ve nothing more exciting than a front wheel drive hatchback. So how […]

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The Making of an Image

I have to admit, I do find photographing woodland difficult. Whilst I love walking in the woods, I find the complexity of woodland hard to translate into images. Any more than three or four well […]

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Scoresby Sound – When the Dream Becomes A Reality

I’ve had an interest in Greenland since first seeing the Ragnar Axelsson documentary in 2011, add in the fact that we live close to William Scoresby’s home town of Whitby and you can see why […]