Looking back through my favourite images of 2018 it struck me that those that meant the most are perhaps less about the final image and more in fact about the story.
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We have many a reason for pursuing landscape photography and while I don’t believe there is one right answer, I’m starting to realise one of the main reasons why I picked up the camera in the first place.
It’s jut taken me a while to realise …
Harris was a place I long wanted to visit. With several years of planning, I thought I was ready for the place but I now know it’s going to be a long time before I’m ready.
And you know what, I’m okay with that.
Quite often we can get fooled into thinking the light is good when in fact it’s not. This can especially be the case when at one point or another during your shoot there was indeed decent light.
Shooting handheld while out exploring a new location and then using the auto-edit feature in Lightoom for a quick edit.
A few days chasing the remaining Autumnal colour down in Tollymore Forest at the foothills of the Mourne Mountains
How trying to tell a story can help your woodland photogaphy
A few days handholding my little fuji box of pixels around Scotland
Latest vlog now available via my YouTube channel. This time it's a trip down to Port Moon Bothy.
Sometimes it's good to break from the norm and that for me means putting on a the 10-24mm lens and pointing myself into the setting sun.
Northern Ireland Landscape Photography