The Joy of Self Isolating

Blue Hour in the Highlands of Scotland.

With the UK in lock down I’ve noticed lots more people walking past my house. It’s ironic! Despite this I know many more people are doing what’s asked and are staying at home. I for one am using this as an opportunity to review the huge number of images I shot last year and I’m … Continue reading The Joy of Self Isolating

Don’t Immediately Judge Your Photographs

Ladybower sunset, Peak District

Ladybower from Dewent Edge, The Peak District. Fuji X-T3, 16-55 lens, ISO160, 1/5" at f/11.0 Friday Image No.222 Last week I wrote that I had been out, but I failed to shoot any usable images. I’ve changed my mind and decided to share this one. It’s not as I imagined at the time but there … Continue reading Don’t Immediately Judge Your Photographs

Shooting the Dawn Landscape at Mellon Udrigle

Landscape photography pre-dawn at Mellon Udrigle, Scotland

Pre-dawn at Mellon Udrigle, Scotland. Fuji X-T3, 16-55 Fuji Lens, ISO160, 20" at f/11.0. Kase Wolverine 0.9 Soft Grad filter. Tripod mounted. I said in my previous post that I had a few more images from my recent Scotland trip. This shot is one of them. I took it at a location called Mellon Udrigle … Continue reading Shooting the Dawn Landscape at Mellon Udrigle

Friday Image No. 176

Derwentwater, The Lake District

Some of the best light you can find as a photographer is in a storm. But you don’t want to be in the storm, you want to be on the edge looking in. That’s something you can’t plan for; you need to get lucky. And so it was with this shot looking across Derwentwater. Here … Continue reading Friday Image No. 176