Category Archives: Monochrome

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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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Tree Lines

They say you must be patient to be a landscape photographer and you may have to wait for hours to get the right light for an image. Well I must either be very patient, or […]

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Follow Your Own Path

Janet kindly bought me a copy of the “Masters of Landscape Photography” book for Christmas and it proved a really interesting read. Marc Adamus did lots of processing on his images while others did very […]

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No Such Thing As Bad Light?

There is a saying in photography that there is “No such thing as bad light”. Whilst you may not come away with the image you were hoping for, there’s one thing for certain, if you […]

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A Baa-rilliant Day On The Moors

Tuesday was due to be snowy, so I set the alarm for early and headed down the lane near home to a location I’d had in mind for a while. As the light came up […]

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A passion revisited ……

I first became interested in infra-red photography in 2003 when I met a lovely lady called Kathy Harcom and spent a day with her in the New Forest along with Roger Maile the then editor […]