Author Archives: Richard

Christmas Cameras

A Christmas brochure from WEX Photographic popped through my post box the other day. I was having a look through it over a cup of coffee and it struck me that all the major camera […]

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Capturing The Essence

We’d been to North Uist a couple of times before and whilst we’d come away with one or two nice images, we didn’t feel that we’d captured the true nature of this beautiful, sparse, windswept […]

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Combatting The Dreaded Midge

I read Mike Price’s blog about “Netspex” with interest some time ago, but when we were preparing to go to North Uist, we found that Netspex were out of production, so we had to look […]

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Learning to See

A few months ago, I spent a very enjoyable day photographing waterfalls on the North York Moors with my good friend John Clifton. I rarely go out with other photographers apart from Janet, so it […]

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Where to see us in 2019

After an un-characteristically quiet start to the year exhibition and art fair wise, we have a very busy final third of the year to look forward to. For busy, read manic, with most things happening […]

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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 […]